Mexico City Is Crowdsourcing Its New Constitution

Mexico City Is Crowdsourcing Its New Constitution

Will this experiment in digital democracy change the way politicians draft laws?

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 25 april 2016

Even though ‘Cat Scared Of Cucumber’ and ‘All I Ate In A Day’ videos may not seem to suggest that, the Internet has been a great tool in democratizing many aspects of our society, from increasing access to information and expanding the diversity of voices and experiences. Now, the crowdsourcing capabilities of the webosphere may help the officials of Mexico City draft the city’s new constitution.

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