Celebrating modern direct democracy with a Taiwanese character
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Dealing with this complicated history, Peru‘s transition to democracy started 17 years ago. The constitution of the semi-presidential republic enshrines not only four direct-democratic instruments at the national level, but also two at the local level. At the  Navigator to Direct Democracy symposium on “Political Culture and Active Citizenship” at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Arturo Maldonado, professor at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, spoke with Democracy International about the use of these instruments at the local level and the current status of democracy in Peru.
World Citizens’ Initiative welcomed at Global Forum on Direct Democracy
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As populism spreads, cities, not states, are advancing direct democracy
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"More democracy is possible"
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30 years of Peaceful Revolution
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