An Initiative, is the right answer.
An initiative is a process through which citizens can put proposed legislation on the poll without the government balloting on it first. In this way, the initiatives allow citizens to propose laws without the legislature. There are two types of initiatives commonly known as direct (once the initiative has secured enough signatures, it can be voted on) and indirect initiatives (an indirect initiative doesn't reach directly to the poll but to the government).
The answer is initiative. It is a process where a quantified number of voters may recommend a ruling, constitutional revision, or ordinance, and oblige a popular vote on its approval. This comes directly from the people and not from government legislators.
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