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The aim of this paper is to analyse and compare the most common form of direct democracy – a referendum – in both the Czech and Slovak political systems. The first one will deal with general constitutional background of a referendum and its procedures, as well as with a comparison of regulations in the respective countries.The second one will concern the practice of referendum in the analysed countries.The existing studies in literature focus on the analysis of the online election campaigns [Klotz 2005; Xenos, Foot 2005], on the study of the characteristics of the individuals who engage in on-line and off-line activities [Rice, Katz 2004; Weber 2003] or on the identification of the role of the media as a main information source for the voters [Rainie 2005].This article aims to analyze the main features of the use of new media in political life and the relation between new media and civil society in Romania during 2004–2012.The imperial order appears to be productive for the EU, due to it easily embraces the heterogeneity existing within the Union, as well as contributes to the strengthening of the EU institutional legitimacy and efficiency in global governance.
The participation of citizens in civic or political activities has been a constitutive element of democracy since ancient times.
The troubles of mankind will never cease until either true genuine philosophers attain political power or the rulers of states by some dispensation of providence become genuine philosophers.
The issue of State-Church relations should be examined in detail, to reveal why Christian Orthodox Church and State in Greece are two sides of the same coin.
For many centuries, both Christian Orthodox Church and State have been the pillars of social cohesion in Greek society.
This paper highlights the importance of Church and State separation in Greece nowadays.
Ever since the political systems of both countries became different.