How to help Icelandic Pirates is a rather difficult question to answer. With only three MPs the party does not get much funding from the state. They still need to rely mainly on their members and supporters to fund them….
Iceland Election Results A Nail-Biting Finish
The Pirate Party of Iceland saw three Pirates entering the Althingi (Icelandic Parliament) just over a year ago. Now they are ready to see more Pirates taking seats in regional assemblies. Voting will take place on 31st of May 2014….
Pirates have been designing policies and software that have the aim of bringing citizen participation into politics using technology and the internet as a platform. Many Pirate Parties are implementing liquid feedback systems internally such as PPDE which uses it as a sort of running straw-poll of membership opinion or PPIT which scrapped its boar in favour of letting its membership make decisions via liquid feedback. Liquid feedback is not without its critics and there are plenty of Pirate Programmers out there working on developing improved models.