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How the German Pirate Party’s Liquid Democracy Has Democratized Internal Party Politics

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Michel Bauwens
25th September 2012


Blogger Jon Worth talks to visionOntv about Liquid Democracy and the German Pirate Party, and how UK political parties can learn from them.

Watch the five-minute video interview here:

The Liquid Democracy process

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One Response to “How the German Pirate Party’s Liquid Democracy Has Democratized Internal Party Politics”

  1. jean lievens Says:

    here’s some additional links

    www.spiegel.de/international/germany/liquid-democracy-web-platform-makes-professor-most-powerful-pirate-a-818683.html

    liquidfeedback.org

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