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What is Liquid Democracy?

Updated: May 19

Liquid Democracy

/ˈlɪkwɪd dɪˈmɒkrəsi/

noun

Liquid democracy is a form of delegative democracy whereby an electorate engages in collective decision-making through direct participation and dynamic representation. This democratic system utilizes elements of both direct and representative democracy. Voters in a liquid democracy have the right to vote directly on all policy issues à la direct democracy, however, voters also have the option to delegate their votes to someone who will vote on their behalf à la representative democracy


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