10 Νοέμ 2012, 21:08
Rainmaker έγραψε:μα στο ήδη υπάρχον λικουιντ το να βάλεις χρονική διαρκεια στην ανάθεση δεν νομίζω οτι είναι δύσκολο για αυτούς, από την στιγμή που έχουν κάνει ολόκληρο πρόγραμμα, γιατί μόνο αυτό είναι διαφορετικό από το καινούριιο σύστημα που λες.
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Outside of these two main differences, delegative models are seen as essentially a form of direct democracy
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11 Νοέμ 2012, 23:27
Contrasted with direct democracy
Direct democracy is a form of popular control where all collective decisions are made by way of the direct votes of constituents. Two key differences include:
Optionality of direct involvement. Delegative democracy can be called a "voluntary direct democracy" in that you can be included in decisions (and are usually expected to be, by default) however you can "opt out" by way of abstaining or delegating your voting to someone else if you lack the time and/or interest to vote on the delegated matter.
Reviewable decisions. Though not a perceived advantage, decisions are capable of (in a number of ways, dependent on the exact policies of the organization) being reviewed by the constituents. This is contrasted with direct democracy where decisions can only be changed (since the constituents will already have decided one way on matters.) This difference, though, is mostly overhead on the delegative model.
Outside of these two main differences, delegative models are seen as essentially a form of direct democracy. So much so that some have taken to calling the system a "direct democracy with delegable proxies" (though that name is less common.)
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