All decisions that affect society should be decided by a direct democracy

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Should all decisions that affect society should be decided by a direct democracy?

I support this motion because if we let everyone to vote then we let everybody to say but before we vote, we need to find out every single piece of information from the MP's ( Members of Parliment) , incase there would be serious cases of the vote.

Direct democracy is when everyone gets to submit what they thing about the vote and indirect democracy is when not everybody gets to say something but just the MP's.

A example of direct democracy is when in Ukraine they still have to vote for a president for their country, and everyone is getting to vote for it. A different example of direct democracy is Brexit ( short for British Exit) when in 2016, everyone voted if they wanted to leave the EU ( European Union) or stay.

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