The Sunflower Movement showed very concretely that as long as we have a mediation space that is built with our ICT technologies, with real-time broadcast, with transcription, with projector, … what we call reflective open space then the private sector can join policy discussions with the civic society in a kind of equal way. After the occupy the Prime Minister resigned, after a watershed loss at the national city level election. The new prime minister is an engineer, his vice-deputy prime minister a Google engineer, so we have technocrats running the country after that election. They know that they only have one year of time because everybody knows the Nationalist party will loose at the next presidential election this year. So they have a year of time and they know they cannot actually take any new directions because they know they are going to lose the next election anyway. So what could they do?

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