Posts Tagged ‘democracy’

e-vote

Bulgaria to decide on e-voting*

Next Sunday, on 25 October 2015, Bulgaria will hold a plebiscite on e-voting. Citizens will be asked one single question, i.e. “Do you support the idea to be able to vote from a distance, electronically at elections and referendums?” The popular vote will be taken as a result of President Rosen Plevneliev’s initiative. Originally, the […]

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The First Forum on e-Democracy in Bulgaria

In Burgas on 29th and 30th May was held the First forum for e-democracy in Bulgaria. The event was opened by the Regional Governor Vylcho Cholakov, who declared the serious commitment of the Reformators block in the pariament towards e-government. The forum was attended Katrin Jakobsdottir, MP from the Icelandic parliament and until recently a Minister of […]

A Tunisian demonstrator holds a sign during a protest against the Islamist Ennahda movement in Tunis

Global Forum for Democracy in Tunisia

Global Forum for Democracy will be held from 14th to 17th of  May this year in Tunis, Tunisia. Registration can be done online at www.2015globalforum.com. Four years ago, Tunisia launched a wave of democratic revolutions in the Arab world, which became known as the “Arab Spring”. The forum is a citizens’ initiative of the supporters on direct democracy and will […]