And the second answer is that we made sure that we tackle the issues in a way that doesn’t result in explosion. So, at the very same time, in Taiwan, we had a lot of very explosive topics like marriage equality and so on that went all the way to the constitutional court, the referenda and things like that. But because we chose Polis questions very, very carefully to only focus on the overlapping consensus, that is to say, things that are specifically clocks across ideological points. So instead of, for example, for the Uber case, talking about what do you think about extractive economy versus sharing economy, which is guaranteed to lead nowhere, we ask instead, how do you feel about someone with a driver’s license, but not a professional driver’s license, picking up strangers, they mean to find an app, their way to work and charging them for it. So. like a very down to earth, very specific case.

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