30 Nov '12, 8pm

Rewriting the Constitution on Facebook

I don’t see why it wouldn’t work in a more heterogeneous nation, but if you ask me would it work in a much larger nation, like the United States, that is where I come up short. But let me say this: One of the reasons why doing this via social media was such an obvious thing to do here was that we have one of the highest rates of Internet connection in the world. Here, 95 percent of the Icelandic population has an Internet connection. Now, for example, Turkey is considering a new constitution. They have less than 40 percent Internet connectivity, so there would be more of an argument to be made on behalf of the 60 percent that have no Internet connection, that they would not sit at the same table as everyone else if the social media were used in a significant manner in Turkey. But then, you know, I would understand also those who said, “Well, you know, it is good to give so...

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