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Anna Giurickovic Dato
From The “Democratic Crisis” To The “Participatory Democracy”. The French Débat Public As An Inspiring Model
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“Participatory democracy” could be the key word to contribute to the resolution of administrative conflicts - with a prominent effect with a view to implementing the “good governance” - in systems characterized by a strong crisis in the political-electoral circuit and, in general, by the lack of trust in democratic institutions which are no longer adequate to solve the challenges of modernity. The international and European guidelines seem to go in this direction and the comparative law offers a key turning point which may offer a functional example that could be adopted in the Italian system. Particularly, the French débat public appears to be a more advanced model compared to the Italian dibatto pubblico: through this lens the characteristics of both models will be specifically analyzed.

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