The system of delegative democracy or Liquid Democracy is a dynamic mixture of representative democracy and direct democracy , meaning that each participant can decide himself when he wants to participate in a decision by direct voting, or whether he rather wants a delegate to vote for him by using a software system. The voter can delegate his vote an organization, a political party or an individual. One can have different delegates in different subject areas, and always change the delegate. When the voter votes directly in an issue, the delegates vote will be erased and the direct vote will be counted. This system also contains room for popular initiatives and deliberation. The first example of delegative or Liquid Democracy using a software program in a real political setting involved the local political party Demoex in Vallentuna near Stockholm, Sweden. Pirate Parties in Germany,  Italy, Austria, Norway, France and the Netherlands  use delegative democracy with the open-source software LiquidFeedback , [ citation needed ] while members of the Belgian Pirate Party have developed their own software called Get Opinionated .