There are probably historical precedents for this, but Issuepedia does not yet have any examples.
Two obvious general approaches to regovernance suggest themselves:
- Conventional: making the necessary entirely within the existing legal framework (e.g. in a modern democracy: voting as a bloc, to overcome the divisive effects of the "two-party system")
- Reconstructive: building a completely new governmental framework from scratch
Both of these require intensive collective action in order to wield the necessary power. I suspect strongly that it is this requirement for power which has caused previous regovernance efforts to become corrupt -- "meet the new boss, same as the old boss". It is thus imperative that any regovernance efforts must be designed from the ground up to support the principles of a free and open society.
The word "regovernance" does not appear to have been previously used in any clear or consistent way, so Issuepedia is appropriating it for this usage.