Liquid Democracy

Delegative democracy, also known as liquid democracy, is a form of democratic control whereby an electorate vests voting power in delegates rather than in representatives. The term is a generic description of either already-existing or proposed popular-control aparatuses.

Strengths, weaknesses, features, implications, better references?

I'm all but entirely ignorant on the topic, but think the discussion could be of interest. Raised on a recent +Yonatan Zunger​​ post.

Ping +Sai​​
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