Votação online para iniciativas populares na Califórnia: coleta eletrônica de assinaturas

  • Roy Ulrich University of Coruna, Spain
Keywords: coleta online de assinaturas; iniciativas populares; Califórnia; Estados Unidos.

Abstract

Este artigo discute o processo de coleta online de assinaturas para proposições legislativas, tendo por ponto de partida o processo vigente para iniciativa popular na Califórnia. Nele, descreve-se como a assinatura online de petições de iniciativa popular funcionaria, bem assim como questões de segurança e outras objeções à coleta de assinaturas via internet poderiam ser abordadas e, finalmente, os prós e contras de se aplicar este método de coleta de assinaturas às iniciativas populares.

 

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Published
2021-06-14
How to Cite
Roy Ulrich. (2021). Votação online para iniciativas populares na Califórnia: coleta eletrônica de assinaturas. International Journal of Science and Society, 3(2), 289-297. https://doi.org/10.200609/ijsoc.v3i2.340