Country recovering from collapse of its banks and government is using social media to get citizens to share their ideas.

This article titled “Mob rule: Iceland crowdsources its next constitution” was written by Haroon Siddique, for The Guardian on Thursday 9th June 2011 17.43 UTC

It is not the way the scribes of yore would have done it but Iceland is tearing up the rulebook by drawing up its new constitution through crowdsourcing.

As the country recovers from the financial crisis that saw the collapse of its banks and government, it is using social media to get its citizens to share their ideas as to what the new document should contain.

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