Last updated on 2018-05-11
About the Book
Liquid Democracy is a new proposition on how to organize voting system in a country. It uses modern communication technologies to solve problems of current representative democracy. It allows voters to use their mobile phones to choose or change representatives at any moment and to cast direct votes or override the votes of their representatives at any moment.
2. Why democracy?
2.1 How to vote?
2.2 Elements of Direct Democracy
3. Why representative democracy?
3.1 Space limitation
3.3 Full time politicians
4. Why Liquid Democracy?
4.1 Space limitation
4.3 Full time politicians
5. How Liquid Democracy works?
5.1 Hybrid voting
5.2 Two stage voting
5.3 Direct voting
5.5 Sub Representatives
5.6 Multiple representatives
5.7 Partial voting
5.8 Continues voting
5.9 Proposing laws
5.10 Changing vote
6. Benefits of Liquid Democracy compared to Representative Democracy
6.1 Overrides corrupted voting
6.2 Reduces influence of corrupted representatives
6.3 Reduces corruption among representatives
6.4 Decreases influence of interest groups
6.5 Avoids compromising voter's interests
6.6 Improves representation for new topics
6.7 Allows voters to change their minds
6.8 Classic representative democracy is unconstitutional
6.9 Disperses voting power
6.10 Allows voters to practice preferred voting system
7. Criticism of Liquid Democracy
7.1 Over voting minorities
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