Direct democracy is when the whole country votes on a matter - this can be a referendum or an election. I disagree with this statement because the public may be misinformed. For example, there are some people that spread "fake news" or rumours across the internet. This can be seen in the nigerian election campaign where both parties have been using propaganda to get people to vote for them. One example is that someone started spreading rumours that a girl who was being held captive - after all other girls had been released-had died. This was soon across the whole internet ; however, the rumours were put out by the government.
In addition, the MP's may be only telling the public part of the story. An example of this is Brexit. The public had a majority of 52% and this happenned because everyone was not told. We were not told that the process would be this lengthy and tiresome. We were also not told that we would have to go through this much negotiation and would not just leave the EU immediately.
In conclusion, I believe that this would be a bad decision as the public may be misinformed or the MP's may be trying to fix the vote. However, I do not disagree with direct democracy - just all decisions being decided this way.