Concepts such as e-voting, e-democracy, e-participation, online
campaigning, and e-parliament are the most powerful proof of the
use of ICTs in political activities, processes, and institutions.
E-Parliament and ICT-Based Legislation: Concept, Experiences and
Lessons presents a conceptual framework regarding e-parliament and
analyzes the impacts of ICTs on the structure of parliament, its
functions, relations with other actors, and the legislative
process. As a result of the means and opportunities created by
ICTs, parliaments have had a chance to simplify and integrate their
administrative processes and involve citizens in legislative
processes. This book reflects on new understandings, developments,
and practices in parliaments within the framework of ICT usage.
Information Science Reference
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Mehmet Zahid Sobaci
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