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In the term of 2010-2014, Bosnia and Herzegovina has had no less than eleven parties in power on state and entity levels. All of these parties gave 1941 preelection promises in their programs for...

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In the first text called “Internet remembers everything”, you had the chance to read the analysis of the state of...

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‘Upgrading Democracy’ is a phrase one will often meet when dealing with e-democracy. Those who engage in e-democracy use it because they have reached the conclusion that democracy, just like...

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As part of the The Open Data Civil Society Network Project, School of Data Fellow, Dona Djambaska, who works with the...

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Are you from Albania and interested how governement is spending your money? Or from some other country and you want to compare your taxes with Albanian ones? Check out the Albanian tax calculator by Open Data Albania.

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According to over 2.000 persons in the Bosnian elections were registered to vote on multiple voting stations, effectively enabling them to vote twice.

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A crowdfunding campaign is currently on the way for the first e-democracy site in Serbia on Goteo. Check it out and donate if you like the project.

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If you are from Bosnia and somehow haven't heard about the Glasometar application from CA Why not? You can check it out here. It could really help you if you don't know who to vote for in the upcoming elections. They developed it with help from KohoVolit from Slovakia.

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