Direct vs representative democracy direct democracy is the opposite of the more common representative democracy under which the people elect representatives who are empowered to create laws and policies for them ideally the laws and policies enacted by the elected representatives should closely reflect the will of the majority of the people. A definition and delimitation 1 direct democracy is a term coined by legal and political theory but also used explicitly by a number of constitutions worldwide its obvious terminological counterpart is indirect or representative democracyhowever modern democratic theories demarcate direct democracy not just from representative democracy but also from deliberative and participatory . Direct democracy also called pure democracy forms of direct participation of citizens in democratic decision making in contrast to indirect or representative democracydirect democracies may operate through an assembly of citizens or by means of referenda and initiatives in which citizens vote on issues instead of for candidates or parties the term is also sometimes used for the practice . The different ways in which democracy and the rule of law interact conceal a constant power struggle this content was published on november 27 2020 1700 november 27 2020 1700. The law of direct democracy is the first casebook on direct democracy this book uses state and federal judicial opinions the text of ballot initiatives statutes and constitutional provisions to compare and contrast the various state laws that govern the ballot initiative the referendum and the recall
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