[MG] Introducing PdI (Partido de Internet)

David Ruescas david.ruescas at partidodeinternet.es
Wed Jun 30 09:48:28 EDT 2010

On 30 June 2010 14:46, Thomas von der Elbe <ThomasvonderElbe at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hello,
> David Ruescas wrote:
>> The thing is, we have no program. For the moment the aim is to "simply"
>> establish a voting channel through our elected representatives.
> I understood that. What I was trying to point out is, there are 2 different
> types of votes connected with the PdI:
> 1. The votes in the general elections, which determine how many seats in
> parliament the PdI gets.
> 2. The votes of the public later on, which determine how the delegates of
> the PdI vote in parliament.
> And my point is: The votes of type 1 are expected to be anonymous. But
> concerning the votes of type 2 there is no fixed expectations. One could
> just as well expect them to be public like in petitions (at least thats true
> for Germany and the US (as Owens post made clear). Do you have petitions in
> Spain too?). Or expect them to be public like votes of parliamentarians are
> public.

Yes, in thread I have argued the opposite, that the public expects private
voting for case 2.



> Best,
> Thomas
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