What is direct democracy?

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Direct democracy is traditionally seen as when the free people themselves make key decisions, literally by gathering together and voting on issues. The majority verdict would be accepted.

However, this kind of approach is not feasible today. Many more decisions have to be made, and they have to be made on behalf of a much larger population.

To some degree direct democracy includes any form of direct consultation that the government night make with


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