Meet Joan Baldoví, Spain's most direct democrat
In a radical experiment, one politician is asking people what they think about a new transparency bill, and voting accordingly.
He said: "We want [people] to share in the democratic process and return the vote that they gave to us back to them. Voting does not have to be something you do only every four years."
Désolé, c'est en anglais, mais ceux qui s'intéressent à la démocratie directe devraient avoir leur curiosité titillée.
L'article de The Guardian.
Voir le site "congrès transparent" et surtout la plateforme "Agora Voting".
The online direct democracy platform has been designed by the developers behind Agora Voting, a free software project designed to encourage open government. Once you have proved your identity by scanning in a copy of your national identity card you can vote on various elements of the proposed bill.
Et sinon à l'échelle mondiale pour ceux que ça intéresse, voir ici les expérimentations politiques.