Referenda - The case for and against
REFERENDA: THE CASE FOR AND AGAINST
John Stuart Mill defines 'pure' democracy as "...the government of the whole people by the whole people, exclusively represented" (ref. 1). Whether or not this is true of democratic political systems established today is debatable. However, it cannot be denied that there are certain forms of decision making practised in modern democratic states which suggest that the idea of government can be brought closer to the electorate. These are labelled 'Direct' forms of democracy, or Direct Democracy. Referenda has come to be classified under this heading…
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