Jurista. Secretario de la Vicepresidencia III del Parlamento Andaluz. Investigador en el Instituto de Gobierno y Políticas Públicas de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.
Francisco Jurado Gilabert is a columnist for Eldiario, and a lawyer and researcher at the Institute of Government and Public Policy (IGOP) of the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. He is specialised in the fields of technopolitics, legislative processes and representation. He is an activist vitally involved in the movements that have characterised the Spanish body politic since 15 May 2011: Democracia Real Ya, #OpEuribor and Democracia 4.0. He is author of the book “Nueva Gramática Política” “New Political Grammar” (Icaria, 2014) and a member of the parliamentary group of Podemos in Andalucía.
What are the legal barriers to direct democracy? How can new governments overcome them? This roundtable will gather legal experts from across Spain to study the possible implementations of direct democracy mechanisms in local governments. Hosted by: Juan Carlos Madroñal (Más Democracia); Francisco Jurado (Andalucian Parliament); Gregorio Plancheulo (Madrid City); and Amaia Aguirreolea (City of […]