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Abstract: Democracy means majority rule. This raises some interesting questions. In a truly democratic society, when a majority of citizens vote for one candidate to govern them, then that person would be the elected governor of those people. Following this line of reasoning, if the majority of people do not vote for a leader, does democracy mean not having a leader? This paper examines how e-Democracy can bring about a truer form of Democracy. We examined how e-Democracy may change pluralistic-representative-pseudo democracies into pure democracies. It was found that there are just two main things standing in the way of having true democracy. These are securing the voting process and representatives wanting to give citizens that power. Key words: E-Democracy, Democracy, E-Voting, Electronic Voting

GENRE
Essais et sciences humaines
SORTIE
2005
1 janvier
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
10
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Science Publications
TAILLE
157.3
Ko

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