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Can the UK election match South Korea's online?

11 April 2005

On DoWire.org, e-democracy guru Steve Clift has made a wiki for UK election websites. If you know any interesting sites that are not on the list, you can add them yourself. In his email, Clift said after a practically invisible online effort in the Australian elections, he has low hopes that the UK will be anywhere near as interesting as the American - or South Korean elections.

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