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DRUŠTVENE NAUKE I SAVREMENI POLITIČKI PROCESI

DIREKTNA DEMOKRATIJA I NЈENE POSLEDICE NA SISTEM POLITIČKOG PREDSTAVLЈANЈA

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U ovom radu autori analiziraju uticaj direktne demokratije na sistem političkog predstavljanja. Tokom proteklih dekada dolazi do postepene erozije poverenja građana u klasične predstavničke institucije. U tom kontekstu, ovaj zaokret se može tumačiti kao neka vrsta postepenog prelaska od predstavničke ka direktnoj demokratiji. Ipak, takav demokratski ideal je teško dostižan u savremenim uslovima te se danas direktna demokratija prevashodno vidi kao dopuna klasičnih institucija predstavničke demokratije. Ovi trendovi, proširili su avenije za građane, koji više participiraju u kreiranju javnih politika, u okviru opšteg okvira predstavničke demokratije u kome parlamenti nastavljaju da igraju centralnu ulogu. Politička kultura kojoj doprinosi direktna demokratija ne promoviše političke partije. Naprotiv, ona umanjuje njihovu ulogu u političkom sistemu. To se najupečatljivije vidi na primeru izbora, pošto je u sistemima sa rasprostranjenom upotrebom mehanizama direktne demokratije izlaznost na izbore manja.

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