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Even if you ask yourself. The fundamental role that you assign to instruction and to training of citizens? It is obvious that politics is a profession and requires information. This profession, this information, must be open to all. There should be an equality of opportunity, there should be a wealth of opportunities for democratic practice and learning, including through sortition.
But what did Iceland do when the crisis struck? It conceived of a constituent procedure, in which an assembly of randomly selected citizens defined a list of principles and perspectives, which were then taken up by a group of ordinary citizens elected independently of political parties.
These citizens organized an online consultation of the entire population on a wiki-constitution, which it could comment on and enrich.
This constitution will next be submitted to the population via a referendum. This blend of participatory democracy, in-depth public debate, and direct democracy, which allows everyone to weigh in on the process, seems to me to be headed in the right direction.
There are other experiments at the global level that are overlooked but which strike me as equally interesting. Books and Ideas: Would it then be possible to dispense with competitive elections?
We have very clear proof of the fact that elections no longer suffice to define a regime as democratic; it no longer suffices that a decision be taken by an elected authority for it to be considered legitimate.
What matters is multiplying the procedures that enrich representative processes between elections.
Elections are not sufficient, yet they are absolutely necessary. The power of elections in a democracy consists in the fact that they allow all those who are not included in the participatory procedures—who are not, in other words, consulted—to have a certain amount of retrospective control over what transpires. The value of elections is far more retrospective than prospective.
Elections do not always determine new directions, but they allow retroactive democratic oversight. So, in my opinion, there can be no democracy without elections, but a democracy in which, in addition to elections, random selection is practiced along with other forms of consultation and public debate, would start to resemble a real democracy. Books and Ideas: What is the significance of the indignados?
The indignados movement represents, in the first place, a site or a laboratory of democratic experimentation. Yet even so, the fact remains the indignados movement faces a very obvious problem, that of political outlets and institutionalization.
I think the movement is of enormous experimental value, but at the same time, I am relatively pessimistic about its capacity to result in an organized collective movement.
I believe that, even in a democracy, political parties and the identification of an adversary or an enemy are absolutely essential to the formation of a political project. Get to Know Us.
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It is part of the reference texts of all major institutions and international NGOs. There are very few academic institutions which gather new knowledge and emerging concepts on those questionsand which assume a leading role in their teaching to new generations, businesses, public institutions and civil society as the major players of a successful systemic transition of our societies.
The second part of our thesis is devoted to the analysis of activist practices specific to these organizations with a focus centered on the forms of supervision of the unemployed and precarious workers, then on the careers of leaders.
The opening of the black box of the organizations thus reveals to what extent their internal functioning results from the capacity of a set of intermediaries to carry out a work of representation, mobilization and management of resources among working classes particularly willing to engage in the long term.
In this study of leaders, it was important to highlight the engagement they had to their individual journeys as a fraction of this group who could find in organizations real springboards for obtaining representative mandates deputy, municipal councilor, senator, etc. Finally, a third part serves to apprehend the associative practices within the organizations by the uses that the participants make of their commitment.
We have sought in the first place to restore the logic that guided the enrollment to organizations of those who were unemployed as well as workers.
The recruited profiles were studied to show what the conditions of engagement of these unemployed and precarious workers were over time, as well as the effects on their trajectories.