POSSIBILITIES OF DEMOCRACY TRANSFORMATION IN CYBERWORLD: THE CASE OF LEGISLATION ASSEMBLIES
Keywords:Modern democracy, Cyber technologies, Legislation Assembly, Direct legislation
E-state and and e-society created in current cyber world are to produce significant changes in conventional instruments of democratic politics. Particularly hegemony of representative democracy is being unprecedently challenged by advances provided by cyber technologies. Contemporary democratic practices are forced to transform into becoming more ‘‘direct’’ forms instead of representation. Within this context one of the important topic that should be debated is whether legislating assemblies are actually necessary or not under cyber conditions today. In this paper it is argued that legtimacy of legislating assemblies deemed as one indispensible of modern democracy is depreciating, which is going to lead even to their removal. The aim of the paper is to present some possibilities of gradual transformation and finally removal of legislating assemblies.
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