Views on the participation of citizens in decision-making - February 2011

In February, the Public Opinion Research Centre examined views on the involvement of citizens in decision-making processes. 80 % of Czechs supported a referendum on important societal issues. People would like to make decisions primarily on important local issues. This view is supported by 85% of citizens. On the other hand, decisions on important laws and international treaties should do politicians.

This view is supported by 64 % in the case of laws and 83 % in the case of international treaties.

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