Introducing China’s E-ferendums!
We’ve listed this as SOCIAL Media News as it sheds a small amount of light n the way China works- sort of behind the scenes.
Whilst it is true China does not have elections as we in the the west know them, with all the hype and pageantry, their system does provide limited access for people to have some say in the way China is run. Even down to the selection of who in their city, town, village or hamlet is going to be The Party Rep to stand for them in Beijing.
However, this time we look at something that those of us from a British justice and governance system, might recognise as “a referendum.” Or perhaps, given Chin’s advanced use and of love of technology, an E-ferendum! In other words, using one or more social media platforms to float an idea to test or gauge the feeling of the public before passing into law. Often used by local bodies it has also been used by central Government.
In this article we look at a recent example: a rather contentious and complex issue: Motor Car Ownership in Beijing.
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