In what lawmaking body did people vote on issues hat helped to shape the future of the city in ancient Greece?
The Assembly of the citizens.
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Only citizens had a vote.
Most of the time, they voted by a show of hands. Also, they sometimes wrote on broken pottery pieces and gave it to a person who counted them.
the answer is an assembly
A city council is the legislative body that governs a city, municipality or local government area.
Issues shaping the future of the city were voted on by an assembly of citizens living in that polis.
they wuold see an oracle or a seer
The idea of democracy started in Athens, Greece in about 400-300 BC. The citizens of Greece were aloud to vote for their leaders and laws; much like the United States current …democracy. The only catch is only men were considered citizens. That means women, children, and slaves did not get to vote.
They did not
which lawmaking body set agenda of issues for the ecclesia to voteon
Voting was reserved for adult male citizens age of 18 and over.There was often a minimum property qualification as well. Women,children, aliens, slaves did not qualify. The l…imitation was based on the military status - old enough to bein the citizen army, and able to self-provide a panoply of arms asan armoured infantryman, who defended the land and state. Theseproperty rules were progressively relaxed for male citizens in somecities which moved to democratic forms of government.
Each city-state had its own lawmaking body.
There were no elections - it was direct democracy where the peopleof a city-state assembled every couple of weeks and made decisionswhich the council implemented between meeti…ngs.The assembly wasmade up of adult males who were citizens of the city-state..
The juries were large, usually 500 strong. There were no judges orlawyers -people pleaded their own case, and the juries madedecisions on both guilt and punishment.