Icelanders approve country's 'crowdsourced' constitution

Members of the public helped draft new constitution.

Iceland has been asking its citizens to take to the internet to help in the drafting of a new constitution.

Members of the public were encouraged to participate via social media, commenting on draft clauses, making recommendations and watching live-streamed council meetings.

The resulting constitutional document has now been approved in a referendum by 66% of those voting.  The document must now be sanctioned by government.

Source: Mashable