Movement Believes Direct Democracy Idea for Future

Ljubljana, 2 November - The Civil Movement for Electronic Direct Democracy (eND), an offshoot of the Democratic Labour Party (DSD), believes that direct democracy, boosted by modern technology, would help differentiate between the legislative and the executive branches of power, a rising problem in parliamentary democracy.

Violeta Tomic, Goran Brescanski and Saso Miklic (from left to right) of the eND movement present their idea for electric direct democracy to the press.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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