Crowdsourced legislation introduced in Italian Senate

Il Fatto Quotidiano has published an article about a legislative bill which was drafted through a public crowdsourcing process at Beppe Grillo’s Website: “M5s, ecco la prima legge scritta in rete. ‘Soldi pubblici non a giornali, ma a startup’”.

The bill — numbered Atto Camera n. 1990, XVII Legislatura, Abolizione del finanziamento pubblico all’editoria — appears to have been introduced in the Italian Senate in January 2014.

The bill drafting platform used for this legislation appears to be Sistema Operativo.

HT @ermebelinda

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