indirect democracy: indirect democracy is when the public don't get a say.Sounds unfair right.This means the members of parliament are the only people who can have a say or they can vote. this only occurs when the situation is very small and we don't need a big comotion. I think this is because the members of parliament know best if not why did we vote for them.Otherwise it will always be the public's choice.Direct Democracy:direct democracy is completly different than indirect democracy. Indirect democracy is when the situation is really big. Therefore, the people vote for a change.For example, Brexit is a direct democracy because the members of parliament are not allowed to vote. This is therefore different than indirect democracy. This way of democracy only occurs when the situation is really importand and the whole country must vote. What i think:I think we should have a direct democracy because I don't think it would be fair if you cant share your ideas but the MPs can.