E-Participation and Czech Statutory Cities

David Špaček


Today, participation is often emphasized as an instrument for solving democratic deficit and low public trust in institutions that gained the power to regulate the life of a society. Attempts to increase the legitimacy of their purposes and goals are clearly visible. Ideas of ICT use for improving quality of government have been discussed and translated into practice intensively. Today, e-participation represents a single category in some e-government concepts. In compliance with the e-government movement, e-participation attempts to improve government by achieving better governance. The paper introduces results of web analysis focusing on e-participation instruments that can be found on websites of Czech statutory cities.

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