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Elon Musk puts Twitter leadership to a vote

After mounting criticism of Elon Musk’s policy changes since taking over Twitter, the billionaire has asked users to vote on whether he should step down.

Elon Musk vuelve a recurrir a las encuestas para la toma de decisiones y esta vez somete a votación su renuncia como CEO de Twitter.

Elon Musk has received a lot of flak for policy changes he instituted after taking over Twitter, and now he has tweeted a poll asking users to vote on whether he should step down as chief of the social media platform.

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The 51-year-old also vowed in the post that he would abide by the results of his Twitter referendum. With a few hours left to vote, the results stood at 57% saying “yes”, and 43% saying “no”.

A more democratic Twitter?

The billionaire also wrote that in the future, he would make changes in the organization based on a more democratic process.

“Going forward, there will be a vote for major policy changes. My apologies. Won’t happen again,” he tweeted.

Musk has spent a lot of time on the social media site since purchasing it. As evidenced by the comments on his poll, there are speculations that there are bigger reasons behind his latest action than simply an attempt at having more democracy in the organization, such as pressure from investors.


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