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Data base (the list of the members of the of the National Rural Development Network

Between 6 September – 21 November, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, through the General Directorate for Rural Development – Managing Authority for the National Rural Development Programme, with the support of the Directorates for Agriculture and Rural Development, has undertaken a consultation process regarding the goal and role of the National Rural Development Network, during which 436 actors involved in the rural development process have been consulted.

You may view the results below.

ANALYSIS REGARDING THE REACTION OF THE RURAL ACTORS CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLE OF CREATING THE NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT NETWORK AND THE PROPOSALS RELATED TO ITS SETTING UP AND FUNCTIONING*

436 questionnaires have been analysed.

1) What groups of people, communities, and organisations do you work for?

  • The local collectivity – 119 answers.
  • Local authorities, their associations – 95 answers.
  • Producers associations and industrial organizations and associations – 82 answers.
  • Economic sectors – 64 answers.
  • Small farms – 58 answers.
  • Civil and non-profit sectors – 55 answers.
  • Forest owners, commercial farms – 53 answers.
  • Universities and research institutions, schools, etc. – 41 answers.
  • Public agencies – 27 answers.
  • Students, adults, unemployed, other categories seeking to re-qualify – 19 answers.
  • Ethnic and minority groups – 14 answers.
  • Youth – 13 answers.
  • Persons interested in tourism – 9 answers.
  • National agencies – 9 answers.
  • Women in the rural areas – 8 answers.
  • Organisations for the promotion of gender equality of opportunity – 6 answers.
  • Cultural institutions – 5 answers.
  • LAGs – 5 answers.
  • Religious units – 3 answers.
  • Seeding operator technicians – 3 answers.
  • Disadvantaged persons – 2 answers.

2) Which is the geographical coverage of your organisation?

  • 1-5 (councils/communes/localities) – 90 answers.
  • 1-5 counties – 88 answers (of which 50 refer to only one county).
  • All of Romania – 59 answers.
  • 1-6 (councils/communes/localities) – 8 answers.
  • Region 3 (South Muntenia) – 7 answers.
  • Region 1 (North-East) – 6 answers.
  • Region 6 (North-West) – 6 answers.
  • Region 2 (South – East) – 5 answers.
  • Region 7 (Centre) – 5 answers.
  • Region 4 (South West Oltenia) – 5 answers.
  • Region 5 (West) – 2 answers.
  • Region 8 (Bucharest – Ilfov) – 1 answer.
  • 6-10 counties – 5 answers.
  • 11-20 counties – 4 answers.
  • 15 (councils/communes/localities) – 4 answers.
  • Microregions – 2 answers.
  • 11-15 (councils/communes/localities) – 3 answers.
  • Cotnari Fruit-growing Area – 1 answer.
  • Danube Delta – 1 answer.

3) Do you have an organisational structure covering several hierarchic levels?

  • Yes – 220 answers.
  • No – 209 answers.

If “yes”, please briefly describe the structure.

  • National organisations (academies, agencies, administrations, federations, foundations, associations, national patrimonies, museums, etc.) – 75 answers.
  • Own organisations, like General Assembly, Technical Director, Economical Director, Commercial Director (municipalities, economic societies, SRL, agricultural profile schools, etc.) – 48 answers.
  • Regional offices – 37 answers.
  • County offices (County councils, Prefectures) – 24 answers.
  • Offices of general organisations – 19 answers.
  • Universities, research institutes – 12 answers.
  • International organisations (Danube Carpathians Programme – WWF, World Vision Romania etc.) – 3 answers.
  • Microregions (public-private partnerships) 2 answers.

4) The main aim of the NRDN is to promote information, the exchange of ideas and good practices, as well as the cooperation between the actors in the rural areas. Please indicate below, for each of the main activities foreseen by the network, if the organisation:
a. is already involved in this type of work;
b. is willing/expects to be involved as part of its activity within the National Rural Development Programme;

Activity

Number of organisation

Already involved

Willing to get involved

The provision of information regarding the activity of your organisation

251

208

The dissemination of information to the members, those who you work for, concerning the policies and programmes that cover your field of activity

257

211

The provision of information regarding the good practices in your field of interest

230

228

Exchange of ideas and experience with other organisations in the field of rural development

178

284

Cooperation with other organisations from Romania

193

263

Cooperation with organisations from other European countries

147

305

The organisation of conferences, seminars

169

263

The organisation of training courses

148

283

5) Do you want your organisation to be involved in the National Rural Development Network?

  • Yes – 434 answers;
  • No – 2 answers.

6) If you want to be involved in the network, please comment below all the proposals and the proposed structure regarding the network, as described in the technical fiche enclosed to the questionnaire.

  • Local information centres;
  • The establishment of offices in the interested localities of the county;
  • The inclusion of patronages and syndicates;
  • Structures at the regional level;
  • The Ministry of Education, Research and Youth;
  • Ministry of Public Health;
  • National, county, and local organisms;
  • Legal person representative of the rural communities;
  • Expert networks focused on activity domains;
  • County networks.

7) Please formulate below the proposal of your organisation regarding the role and the functioning of the network.

Of the 1026 answers:

  • Ensuring technical assistance for the elaboration of rural development strategies and projects, including ecological ones – 123 answers (12.0%).
  • Direct meetings – 110 answers (10.7%).
  • Ensuring consultancy services (on different themes and priorities, tourism, etc.) – 98 answers (9.6%).
  • Ensuring the exchange of ideas, experiences, good practices, including from the research field etc. – 89 answers (8.7%).
  • Seminars – 89 answers (8.7%).
  • Professional training activities – 87 answers (8.5%).
  • Workgroups thematic meetings – 67 answers (6.5%).
  • Information, mobilisation, increasing awareness, orientation, counselling, guidance of small agricultural producers campaigns – 65 answers (6.3%).
  • Easy access to information, its dissemination, the elaboration of informative material regarding marketing activities, the role of forests and environment protection, financing, NRDP measures, including the elaboration of data bases, guides, etc. – 62 answers (6.0%).
  • Communication activities – 56 answers (5.5%).
  • Endowment in the field of IT infrastructure, including at the local level – 45 answers (4.4%).
  • Ensuring expertise activities in the different domains of rural development – 45 answers (4.4%).
  • Technical assistance for national and trans-national cooperation – 45 answers (4.4%).
  • Increasing awareness regarding the use of European funds and the facilitation of their accessing – 40 answers (3.9%).
  • Encouraging the organisation of actors in refined work forms (producer groups, associations, etc.) – 35 answers (3.4%).
  • Interventions for the encouragement of activities in less active areas, from the small, isolated communities, etc. – 28 answers (2.7%).
  • The development of local governance – 25 answers (2.4%).
  • Identification, elaboration, dissemination of good practices – 20 answers (2.0%).
  • The promotion of traditional specific products, tourist services, the preservation of the cultural heritage – 19 answers (1.9%).
  • Ensuring resources for the improvement of the quality of life and the economical development in the rural areas – 15 answers (1.5%).
  • Encouraging the involvement of the local communities in rural development – 14 answers (1.4%).
  • The creation and consolidation of the rural development partnerships – 11 answers (1.0%).
  • Ensuring and developing the human resources – 10 answers (1.0%).
  • Monitoring regarding the human rights, children’s rights etc. – 8 answers (0.8%).

8) (A) Do you expect your organisation – the groups of people or the communities you represent – to be involved in practical activities, within the objective of the NRDP?

Yes – 418 answers;

(B) If “Yes”, what type of practical activities or what measures from the NRDP could be used?

  • The implementation of the NRDP measures:
  • LEADER – 35 answers;
  • Axis I – 32 answers;
  • Axis III – 32 answers;
  • Axis II – 15 answers;
  • Many of the answers to this question were directed on measures:
    • measure 312 – 41 answers;
    • measure 322 – 36 answers;
    • measure 123 – 34 answers;
    • measure 313 – 34 answers;
    • measure 121 – 32 answers;
    • measure 125 – 28 answers;
    • measure 141 – 26 answers;
    • measure 111 – 25 answers;
    • measure 142 – 29 answers;
    • measure 143 – 29 answers;
    • measure 114 – 23 answers.
  • Seminars, conferences, symposiums – 120 answers;
  • Workshop (thematic) meetings – 89 answers;
  • Encouragement and awareness activities, aiming at the organisation of the rural actors in refined and efficient organisational forms (partnership associations, producer groups, etc.) – 89 answers;
  • Exchange of experience, good practices activities and their implementation – 85 answers;
  • Information, dissemination, extension – 69 answers;
  • The circulation of leaflets, brochures, the organisation of expositions – 56 answers;
  • Community development activities – 55 answers;
  • Communication activities – 49 answers;
  • Information and promotion of tourism activities and services – 45 answers;
  • Consultancy and technical assistance activities regarding the rural development strategies, projects, the modernisation of beekeeping farms, beekeeping tourism etc. – 39 answers;
  • Increasing the competitiveness in the rural areas, the development of villages and the diversification of economic activities – 35 answers;
  • Training activities (professional training) – 35 answers;
  • Improvement of basic services – 35 answers;
  • Activities regarding the consolidation of the rural infrastructure – 29 answers;
  • The establishment of the IT infrastructure, including at the local level – 28 answers;
  • Technical assistance for national and trans-national cooperation – 27 answers;
  • Promotion of tourism services activities – 25 answers;
  • Expertises, analyses, thematic studies – 23 answers;
  • Ensuring and developing the human resources – 23 answers;
  • Afforestation, environment protection, biodiversity preservation, the establishment of protected areas – 21 answers;
  • Social activities – 20 answers;
  • The development of local governance – 15 answers;
  • The enhancement of the entrepreneurial spirit – 12 answers;
  • Crafts – 11 answers;
  • The accessing of European funds for the implementation of the NRDP – 10 answers;
  • Educational, cultural activities – 10 answers;
  • Monitoring activities – 10 answers;
  • Activities concerning the establishment of counselling centres, clubs for the children from less favoured social backgrounds, human rights, non-discrimination, etc., - 9 answers;
  • The creation of internal networks – 9 answers;
  • Ethnological research, the establishment of the cultural heritage – 7 answers.

9 (A) Of the organisations or groups included in the list, which would you consider as partners or allies in the present or future activities that will take place in the rural areas?

  • Public authorities – 211 answers;
  • Civil and non-profit sectors – 132 answers;
  • Small farms – 114 answers;
  • Economic sectors – 110 answers;
  • Universities and research institutions, schools, etc. – 108 answers;
  • Ministries, national agencies – 97 answers;
  • Forest owners, commercial farms – 95 answers;
  • Public agencies, industrial organisations and associations – 85 answers;
  • Promotion of gender equality of opportunity – 44 answers;
  • Religious units – 43 answers;
  • LAGs – 40 answers;
  • Ethnic and minority groups – 25 answers;
  • Initiative groups – 19 answers;
  • Irrigation Water Users Organisations – 17 answers;
  • Agricultural Directorates for Rural Development – 10 answers;
  • Trans-national organisations – 8 answers;
  • Payment and Agricultural Intervention Agency – 3 answers.

(B) Are there any organisations that are not mentioned in the list and which you consider we should consult regarding the National Rural Development Network? If so, please mention these below and, if possible, provide (for each organisation) an address and a contact person.

  • National Parks Administration;
  • Protected Areas Administration;
  • Romanian Commodities Exchange;
  • The Foundation for the Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises;
  • The Orthodox Church, the Evangelic Church;
  • Tourism documentation and information centres, community centres;
  • County centres for the preservation and promotion of traditional culture;
  • The Control of Bovine Production and Artificial Seeding;
  • Romanian Women International League (LIFERO);
  • European Information Multipliers Network.

10) Which communication methods do you think are expected to be most efficient/far-reaching and which will cover the rural areas/the most potential beneficiaries of the Network?

  • Direct meetings – 138 answers;
  • Exchange of experience, good practices – 95 answers;
  • Seminars, conferences – 92 answers;
  • Publications, brochures, posts, etc. – 91 answers;
  • Mass media (TV, radio, press etc.) – 65 answers;
  • Internet – 45 answers;
  • The creation of local information centres – 18 answers;
  • Phone, fax – 13 answers;
  • Exhibitions, fairs, etc. – 9 answers;
  • Mail – 5 answers;
  • Horizontal and vertical cooperation within the NRDN – 3 answers;
  • Public debates – 1 answer;
  • Scientific commissions – 1 answer.

11) Who do you think the less prepared subsistence farmers from the remote villages trust in most?

  • Public authorities – 169 answers;
  • Associations – 81 answers;
  • Specialists – 46 answers;
  • NGOs and community organisations – 45 answers;
  • Successful farmers – 24 answers;
  • Those who demonstrate good practice examples – 51 answers;
  • Local leaders (mayor, priest, doctor, teacher etc.) – 30 answers;
  • Agricultural Directorates for Rural Development - 28 answers;
  • Religious units (churches, etc.) – 10 answers;
  • Mass media (TV, radio, press) – 8 answers;
  • Professional organisations – 8 answers;
  • Local entrepreneurs – 7 answers;
  • Financers – 1 answer;
  • E.U. – 1 answer.

12) What type of support do you think the organisations involved in rural development form small communities most need?

  • Information (clear and opportune) – 142 answers;
  • Training – 98 answers;
  • Consultancy – 92 answers;
  • Logistics, technology – 81 answers;
  • Ensuring specialised human resources – 65 answers;
  • Creating synergies between the local initiatives that address the rural environment – 47 answers;
  • Dissemination of good practice examples – 45 answers;
  • Financing, co-financing – 41 answers;
  • Personnel familiar with the problems of the community – 15 answers;
  • Support for the elaboration of projects – 14 answers;
  • Exchanges of experience – 14 answers;
  • Capacity building in the filed of community facilities (the organisation of initiative groups, the elaboration of the local development plan, etc.) – 14 answers;
  • Increasing the degree of involvement in rural development – 8 answers;
  • Cooperation – 9 answers;
  • Inclusion of periurban areas in the NRDP – 1 answer.

13) What priority (in the order of importance) do you expect the Network to give to different activities?

  • Information, communication regarding the accessing of funds related to the NRDP measures – 19 answers;
  • Providing information regarding the good practices (including opportunities for the exchange of good practices) in the field of local rural development – 121 answers;
  • Organising training courses for farmers – 85 answers;
  • Encouraging the organisation of rural actors in more refined work and collaboration forms (producer groups, associations, LAG partnerships, etc.) that would permit the optimisation of the means of access to resources, the market, etc. – 75 answers;
  • Exchange of ideas and experience with other organisations in the field of rural development – 72 answers;
  • Ensuring consultancy/technical assistance/counselling in the field of rural areas development and LAG management, the elaboration of rural territories development strategies, the elaboration of financing projects – 68 answers;
  • Assistance/consultancy for the institutions of the local and county administration in order to strengthen the sustainable local development strategies, programmes and projects elaboration capacity, aiming at the diversification of economic activities, the protection and valorisation of the natural, built and cultural heritage, as well as the improvement of the quality of life – 60 answers;
  • Stimulating cooperation and communication between organisations and communities from the rural areas by encouraging a strong partnership between all the actors involved in rural development and working for a common national platform – 41 answers;
  • Cooperation with organisations from Romania and other European countries – 21 answers;
  • Promotion activities, including specific traditional products – 21 answers;
  • Financial support – 20 answers;
  • Establishment of the IT infrastructure – 20 answers;
  • Encouraging the implementation of integrated projects, principles of the LEADER approach – 15 answers;
  • Access to technical, financial and human resources – 15 answers;
  • Attracting projects from European funds – 13 answers;
  • The ecological reconstruction of the degraded areas – 2 answers;
  • Provision of information from the field of irrigations – 2 answers;
  • The modernisation of cultural settlements – 1 answer;
  • The development of small farms – 1 answer;
  • The re-technologisation of the irrigation infrastructure – 1 answer.

14) We provisionally categorised the organisations that may be part of the NRDN as follows: public agencies, universities and research institutes, local authorities, community organisations, ethnic and minority groups, civil and non-profit sectors, economic sectors, small farms, interested forest owners, commercial farms, etc.

a) Do you agree with this classification? Yes – 418 answers.
No – 18 answers.

b) If “No”, do you suggest another structure?

The structure should also comprise:

  • Banking institutions;
  • Organisations that support/provide specialised services for rural development;
  • Museums, memorial houses.

Most proposals have already been introduced in the organisational structure of the NRDN.

CONCLUSIONS

From the analysis of the questionnaires regarding the reaction of the actors involved in the development of the Romanian rural areas concerning the principle of creating the NRDN and the proposals related to its setting up and functioning, some conclusions may be drawn, namely:

1. Most rural actors work (in the decreasing order of the ideas expressed) for the local collectivity, local authorities and their associations, producers associations and industrial organisations and associations, economic sectors, small farms, civil and non-profit sectors, forest owners, commercial farms, universities and research institutes, schools (with agricultural profile), public agencies.

To a lesser extent, they work for other categories, such as: students, adults, the unemployed, other categories seeking to re-qualify, ethnic and minority groups, youth, persons involved in tourism, women in the rural areas, organisations interested in the promotion of gender equality of opportunity, cultural institutions, religious units, etc.

2. Most (30%) of the actors that answered the questionnaire cover a geographical area between 1 and 5 local councils or counties/communes/localities, followed by a percentage of 29.5% that cover a geographical area between 1 and 5 counties (of which 50 cover only one county).
A very important proportion is represented by the rural actors that geographically cover all of Romania (20%).
Equally important are those who cover regional development regions in accordance with the NUTS-II level divisions of the E.U.

Some rural actors cover geographical areas specific to the Romanian rural territory, such as those referring to fruit-growing or wine-growing areas, the Danube Delta, etc.

3. From the surveyed rural actors, 220 have an organisational structure that covers several hierarchical levels. Of these, most (34%) are national organisations – academies, agencies, administrations, federations, foundations, associations, national patrimonies, etc., 22% are individual organisations and 17% are regional offices. The rest are organisations from the county level (councils, prefectures), offices of certain general organisations, universities, research institutes, international organisations, microregions.

4. In general, over half of the surveyed rural actors are involved, and at the same time desire to be involved, in the main activities foreseen by the NRDN. In a smaller proportion (in comparison with the first situation), but also significant, they are/desire to be involved in activities such as cooperation with organisations form other European countries, the organisation of conferences, seminars, training courses.

5. Regarding the structure of the NRDN, there have been certain propositions concerning the inclusion of some organisations involved in rural development in the Network. Most of them (as a result of the completion of the NRDN fiche) have already been included.

One of the aspects refers to the establishment of structures of the NRDN at the regional and even county levels.

6. As far as the role and the functioning of the NRDN are concerned, the most important percentages (in the decreasing order of the ideas expressed) are represented by the proposals regarding: ensuring technical assistance for the elaboration of rural development strategies and projects, including ecological ones (12.0%); direct meetings (10.7%), ensuring consultancy services (on different themes and priorities, tourism etc.) (9.6%); ensuring the exchange of ideas, experiences, good practices, including from the research field etc. (8.7%), seminars (8.7%), professional training activities (8.5%), workgroups thematic meetings (6.5%), information, mobilisation, increasing awareness, orientation, counselling, guidance of small agricultural producers campaigns (6.3%), easy access to information, its dissemination, the elaboration of informative materials regarding marketing activities, the role of forests and environment protection, financing, NRDP measures, including the elaboration of data bases, guides, etc. (6.0%), communication activities (5.5%), endowment in the field of IT infrastructure, including at the local level (4.4%), ensuring expertise activities in the different domains of rural development (4.4%), technical assistance for national and trans-national cooperation (4.4%).

Also important are the proposals regarding the encouragement of the organisation of actors in refined work forms (producer groups, associations, etc.) (3.4%), interventions for the encouragement of activities in less active areas, from the small, isolated communities, etc. (2.7%), the development of local governance (2.4%), the identification, elaboration, dissemination of good practices (2.0%), the promotion of traditional specific products, tourist services, the preservation of the cultural heritage (1.9%), ensuring resources for the improvement of the quality of life and the economical development in the rural areas (1.5%), encouraging the involvement of the local communities in rural development (1.4%), the creation and consolidation of the rural development partnerships (1.0%), ensuring and developing the human resources (1.0%), monitoring regarding the human rights, children’s rights etc. (0.8%).

7. Those surveyed (a number of 418) expect that the groups of people or the communities they represent to be involved in the main activities comprised in the NRDP. In their greatest proportion, these refer to the implementation of the measures from the four axes, seminaries, conferences, symposiums, thematic workshops meetings, encouragement and awareness activities, aiming at the organisation of the rural actors in superior and efficient organisation forms, exchanges of experience, good practices and their implementation, information, dissemination, extension, the circulation of leaflets, brochures, the organisation of exhibitions, information and promotion of tourism activities and services, consultancy and technical assistance activities regarding the rural development strategies, projects, etc., training activities, the improvement of basic services, the consolidation of the rural infrastructure, the establishment of the IT infrastructure, etc.
Though in a smaller proportion, importance is also given to practical activities regarding expertises, analyses, thematic studies, ensuring and developing the human resources, environment protection, social activities, etc.

8. In the activities they are involved at present, but also for the future ones, the rural actors surveyed rely in a proportion of 18% (of the total answers received) on public authorities, 11% on the civil and non-profit sectors, under 10% on public agencies, forest owners, commercial farms, industrial organisations and associations.
A smaller proportion of 3% rely on organisations that are involved in the field of the promotion of gender equality of opportunity, religious units, potential LAGs, ethnic and minority groups, initiative groups, irrigation water users organisations, Agricultural Directorates for Rural Development, trans-national organisations, the Payment and Agricultural Intervention Agency.

9. Regarding the proposals for organisations that were not mentioned in the initial list (first draft) within the NRDP, these are in their greatest part those proposed at point 5. As already mentioned, these proposals have been taken into account in completing the NRDN fiche.

10. Of the most efficient/far-reaching communication methods that would cover the rural areas/the most potential beneficiaries of the Network, are the direct meetings, followed by the exchanges of experience, good practices, seminars, conferences, publications, brochures, mail, etc., mass media (TV, radio, press, etc.), the internet.

11. The less prepared subsistence farmers in the remote villages most trust in the public authorities, associations, those who represent examples of good practice, specialists, NGOs, followed, in the decreasing order of importance, by important farmers, local leaders (mayor, priest, doctor, teacher, etc.), the ADRDs, religious units (churches, etc.), the mass media (TV, radio, press), professional organisations, local entrepreneurs.

12. The organisations involved in rural development from small communities need, in the first place, clear and opportune information. Then, they need training, consultancy, logistics, technology, ensuring the specialized human resources, the dissemination of examples of good practice, financing, co-financing and personnel that is familiar with the problems of the community. To a lesser extent, but important from a practical point of view, they need support for the elaboration of projects, exchanges of experience, capacity building in the field of community facilities, cooperation, etc.

13.The activities the rural actors expect to be given the greatest importance by the NRDN, as described in the NRDN fiche, are summed up as follows:

  • Information, communication regarding the accessing of funds related to the NRDP measures;
  • Providing information regarding the good practices (including opportunities for the exchange of good practices) in the field of local rural development;
  • Organising training courses for farmers;
  • Encouraging the organisation of rural actors in more refined work and collaboration forms (producer groups, associations, LAG partnerships, etc.) that would permit the optimisation of the means of access to resources, the market, etc.);
  • Exchange of ideas and experience with other organisations in the field of rural development;
  • Ensuring consultancy/technical assistance/counselling in the field of rural areas development and LAG management, the elaboration of rural territories development strategies, the elaboration of financing projects;
  • Assistance/consultancy for the institutions of local and county administration in order to strengthen the sustainable local development strategies, programmes and projects elaboration capacity, aiming at the diversification of economic activities, the protection and valorisation of the natural, built and cultural heritage, as well as the improvement of the quality of life;
  • Stimulating cooperation and communication between organisations and communities from the rural areas by encouraging a strong partnership between all the actors involved in rural development and working for a national common platform;

Equally important, but to a lesser extent, there are activities such as:

  • Cooperation with organisations from Romania and other European countries;
  • Promotion activities, including specific traditional products;
  • Financial support;
  • Establishment of the IT infrastructure;
  • Encouraging the implementation of integrated projects, principles of the LEADER approach;

14. Of the surveyed rural actors, 418 agree with the organisations proposed to be part of the NRDN and 18 do not agree, the latter formulating some propositions regarding the inclusion of other institutions, such as:

  • Banking institutions;
  • Organisations that support/provide specialised services for rural development;
  • Museums, memorial houses.

Most proposals have already been introduced in the organisational structure of the NRDN.

  • 434 surveyed rural actors have expressed their written agreement to become members of the NRDN, while 2 actors did not.

* The differences (where they exist) between the total number of surveyed local actors and the number of those that have expresses their opinion, are represented by the actors that have not expresses any opinion concerning certain questions.

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