Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Iceland crowd-sourced a new constitution

In 2012, by a 2/3ds vote, the Icelandic people told its parliament to enact a constitution "based on" a constitution a citizen council had drafted. Four years later, they have done nothing. Help us show the politicians who they work for.

Iceland crowd sources a new constitution

'Constitutionalising does not stop after a certain point, but ought to continue as a fundamental part of social and political activity.'

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