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Topical issues of electronic Democracy. (RI §413507)  

- Savina Goleminova

Electronic democracy (e-democracy) means the support of democracy, democratic processes and institutions. It is associated with civic participation in the functioning of the state and governance, yet it is not a different type of democracy. The fundamental domains of e-democracy are: e-Parliament; e-Government; e-Justice; e-governance; e-legislation; e-elections; e-voting; e-referenda; e-consultations; e-polling; e-petitions; e-campaigns; e-media; e-environment; e-education; e-training; e-security, etc. Debates are underway in many international institutions, NGO’s and business organizations and in certain academic circles, and coordinated measures are undertaken to analyze the processes linked to e-democracy and e-governance. This process also takes place at national level – both in EU-states and the world at large seeking answers to the questions and challenges of how to bring modern democracies in compliance with the ear of information and globalization.

Keywords: e-Democracy; e-Governance; Cohesion policy; Interdisciplinary approach.;

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