Tuesday, 22 April 2008

Interactive Democracy, Hijacked by the Party

Politicians and party members may both create proposals and vote using Interactive Democracy. They may even vote cohesively in order to have a bigger effect. Party members are the people who are most involved in politics and I would expect them to to campaign for support for their chosen ID policies as vociferously as for their party in a general election.
Should party members refuse to tow the party line in an ID vote, they will be free from coercion as their votes are confidential.

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