Finally, there would be an institution to put the Internet at the service of democracy instead of being its burden. It would mean a bridge between citizens. Differences between worlds and experiences would become sharable, and difficulties and frustrations could be channelled into the democracy. Citizens’ trust and sense of control could increase. The ministry could provide space to experiment with democracy so it can develop. Democracy shouldn’t be an idea, but a lifestyle, which can be done better and differently every day.