The politics of deliberative democracy. A comparative survey of the 'Law in action' of citizen participation

Autor:Martina Trettel
Cargo:Institute for Studies on Federalism and Regionalism
Páginas:85-114
RESUMEN

The article analyzes different forms of democratic innovation. On the one side, it highlights how deliberation is embedded in institutions that hold concrete decision-making powers; on the other side, it explores possibilities for the concrete implementation of an "integrated deliberative system", in which mini-publics are not only isolated experimentations of the governmental authorities conducted for... (ver resumen completo)

 
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THE POLITICS OF DELIBERATIVE
DEMOCRACY. A COMPARATIVE
SURVEY OF THE “LAW IN ACTION”
OF CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
MARTINA TRETTEL
© UNED. Revista de Derecho Político
N.º 94, septiembre-diciembre 2015, págs. 85-114
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SUMMARY
1. PRELIMINARY REMARKS. 1.1 What is Democracy? 1.2 What is De-
liberative Democracy? 1.3 Aim and structure of the analysis. 2. DECISION-
MAKING THROUGH AD HOC DELIBERATIVE MINI-PUBLICS: THE
CASES OF ICELAND AND BRITISH COLUMBIA. 3. PATTERNS OF
LONG-TERM DELIBERATION. 3.1 Discursive representation: Institutional
Deliberation in a “Chamber of Discourse”. 3.2 Procedural Deliberation: Enact-
ing Subnational Legislation on Deliberative Democracy. 3.2.1 The case of
Tuscany. 3.2.2 The case of Emilia-Romagna. 3.2.3 The case of Aragon.
4. CONCLUDING REMARKS.

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