This paper extends previous work by presenting a framework for modelling legislative deliberation in the form of dialogues with incomplete information. Roughly, in such legislative dialogues coalitions are initially equipped with different theories which constitute their private knowledge. Under this assumption they can dynamically change and propose new legislation associated with different utility functions.
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