A direct democracy has several advantages and disadvantages. This type of political system allows voters to decide issues directly instead of going through legislatures or representatives.
The advantages of a direct democracy include reduced corruption, increased control over the future and better cooperation between citizens. Unfortunately, giving voters control makes it possible for lobbyists and special-interest groups to influence the way people vote.
Some people would decline to participate in this type of democracy, which means the people who do vote might not make the right decisions for everyone. There is also some concern about voters not understanding the social and political issues they are voting on.