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Comment les député∙e∙s perçoivent la démocratie participative et les mini-publics : une enquête en Belgique francophone

Abstract : Based on 91 interviews conducted with French-speaking Belgian members of Parliament (MPs), we analyze in this article the perceptions of MPs about participatory democracy and deliberative mini-publics. We first show that these discourses fundamentally depend on the perceptions that MPs have about the competency of ordinary citizens. We then identify three ideal-typical discourses: the decision-making discourse, the consultative discourse, and the elitist discourse. Finally, we show that the positions of MPs on participatory democracy and mini-publics depend both on their party ideology and their more or less marginal position in the political arena
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Submitted on : Monday, December 6, 2021 - 12:25:38 PM
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David Talukder, Camille Bedock, Sacha Rangoni. Comment les député∙e∙s perçoivent la démocratie participative et les mini-publics : une enquête en Belgique francophone. Politique et Sociétés, 2022, Faire face à la constestation de la représentation politique : le rapport des élu.e.s à la démocratie, 42 (2), ⟨10.7202/1086926ar⟩. ⟨hal-03467023⟩

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