Liquid democracy is a governance model that allows for a hybrid approach to decision-making. In this model, citizens are able to vote directly on issues or delegate their voting power to trusted individuals. Delegated voting power can be retracted at any time, allowing for greater flexibility and responsiveness to changing circumstances. This approach can create a more dynamic and responsive system of governance that allows individuals to have a greater say in the decision-making process. However, there are concerns about the potential for abuse of delegated voting power, and some argue that it can lead to the formation of voting blocs that undermine the principles of representative democracy.