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Suur aitäh kõigile kes osalesid ja pakkusid välja ideid Eesti demokraatia arendamiseks.

Veebruari teises pooles hakkame siinsamas avalikustama analüütikute ja ekspertide töö tulemusi.

What is Rahvakogu?
The People's Assembly Rahvakogu (www.rahvakogu.ee) is an online platform for crowd-sourcing ideas and proposals to amend Estonia’s electoral laws, political party law, and other issues related to the future of democracy in Estonia. The Assembly focuses specifically on five questions: the electoral system, political parties, competition between the political parties and their internal democracy, financing of the political parties, strengthening the role of civic society in politics between the elections, and stopping the politicization of public offices.

The Assembly combines modern communication tools with traditional face-to-face discussions. During the first stage (until the end of January 2013) proposals and comments will be submitted, commented, supported or criticized online.

February 2013: Analysts will group the proposals and comments into bundles of different possible scenarios and provide them with impact analysis.

March 2013: “deliberation day” (one or more, if necessary) for selecting the most preferred scenarios at public meetings, which will then be presented to the parliament, Riigikogu, by the President of the Republic.

The People’s Assembly is organized by volunteers from various non-governmental organizations, such as Estonian Cooperation Assembly, the Praxis Centre for Policy Studies, Network of Estonian Nonprofit Organizations, the e- Governance Academy, the Open Estonia Foundation, as well as political parties, IT and communications professionals, and others.