Act stronger press release: events in France

Since 2009, the Commission prioritizes e-participation and e-governance, conducting online consultations and impact assessments to enhance public engagement and European governance. Wider access to new technologies could enrich these processes, involving all stakeholders and strengthening governance. The emergence of digital tools and collaborative platforms revolutionizes public interaction with politics, surpassing traditional media. These technologies offer vast potential for democratic participation, promoting transparency and inclusivity. They should serve as a public good, not limited to electoral processes but extending to various forms of civic engagement, including online information, consultation, and decision-making. New challenges and channels like e-parliament, e-initiatives, and e-petitions enrich public consultation and participation, shaping a more dynamic democratic landscape.

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