The Comitia or Ancient Roman Assemblies

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

The Comitia in the ancient Rome were the set of popular assemblies that articulated the system of Roman political participation.

These assemblies were a way of dealing with people from different towns, who tried to live together in the new city of Rome, so in the absence of tradition, the democratization of power was the pillar that allowed the continuity of the city.

During each era they varied as to who could participate in them or how they were organized, but they would always be called elections, a word that even today designates the way in which we refer to democratic activity.

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