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    e-elections, e-democracy, e-interview (summary)

    | 2007-03-27 | 12:25
    temos: ENGLISH

    When increasingly many citizens become highly mobile, an electoral system based on fixed place of residence with no in-built option of remote electronic voting starts making increasingly less sense. Yet, despite the advent of information society, proclaimed a while ago, e-democracy remains a fiction in most countries. This is quite understandable, however, when one considers the fact that the current political system and the thinking behind it will have to undergo a fundamental transformation if direct democratic government through digital communication technologies is to become reality.

    The beginning of real reforms starts with a change in people’s attitudes, states Martynas Mockus, the senior IT specialist of the Central Electoral Committee’s secretariat. Introducing internet-based voting in Lithuania will require time, determination and resources. Yet optimising the system and providing different groups of citizens with convenient ways of expressing their political will is a necessary measure, since electoral activity is an indicator of civil consciousness in democratic countries, as the interviewed expert believes.
     

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