A good example of information well contextualized

This is a good example of a project that collects a variety of sources of information and gets advantage of an interesting variety of promotion and disseminating of information. That said, it seems useful to underline one of the news the site shared: an analysis of the voter's behavior. According to an article published by the Mission of Electoral Observation, the behavior of Colombian voters changes in every election and follows the candidate strategies. This could be a good point of discussion to be included in the project. There's an interesting discussion space inside the site, with the comments, the Agora and the blogs that share information and opinion. However, some points to start the discussion around the citizen participation seems to be necessary when the changes are as remarkable as it is indicated in the article published by votebien.com (http://www.terra.com.co/elecciones_2010/votebien/html/vbn958-el-voto-col...) . This way, a good source of analysis around what people see in every candidate could be done, and the discussion could include also the changes of strategies based on people responses.


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