Direct Democracy SA is an attempt to reform the South African electoral system by using citizen advocacy to convince currently elected politicans to commit to greater consultation with and accountability to the public, and to promote legislation to create a more democratic and representational electoral system.
This is a proposed revision of the United States Constitution which aims to improve the current Constitution in areas such as foreign policy architecture, citizenship, and rotation of offices while retaining other features such as checks and balances and divided government. The goal is to encourage collaboration to draft and ratify a better version of the United States Constitution.
The Citizen's Assembly on Electoral Reform was created in March of 2006 by the Government of Ontario. The main purpose of the assembly was to closely examine the current electoral system in Ontario, learn about alternative election models, and decipher what method would best suit the people of the province.