'Radical' discussion at public meeting tonight
A Minister is among those calling for 'radical' upheaval at a public meeting on Monday.
Infrastructure Minister Phil Gawne, along with businessman Juan Kelly, are leading the charge for what they say is a 'new kind of politics', centred around direct democracy and grass-roots decision making.
They're hoping to counteract apparent trends of disillusionment and non-participation in the Manx electorate.
Mr. Gawne said it's a bold plan - but a necessary one: (play audio)
The meeting, open to all, takes place at Noa Bakehouse in Douglas at 6pm.