Party leaders in Wales should take part in a televised debate about the coronavirus crisis, according to Plaid Cymru’s leader.
Adam Price has written to First Minister Mark Drakeford asking him to support the idea of a public debate.
Mr Price claimed there had been “less scope for scrutiny” during the pandemic.
The people of Wales would benefit from a “mature and measured debate”, he added.
In his letter, Mr Price said: “The past few months have been politically unprecedented and a time of great distress for many as they lose loved ones or suffer job insecurity.
“Naturally, decisions had to be made at short notice, but it is regrettable that there has been less scope for scrutiny as our parliamentary processes adjusted to the new normal.”