Institutional democracy will strengthen our society, engaging citizenry and distributing power equitably.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(30 Apr 2012)
Mike O’Donnell argues that institutionalising people’s involvement in matters that affect their daily lives would surely act as an antidote to the apathy and disengagement that blights liberal democracy. It would also serve to create a more equitable society, one where government is not dominated by wealthy elites. The challenge, though, is in initiating reform.
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