April 19th, 2009


How to choose the right government

How to choose the right government

What everyone always knew, but hesitated to say.

Well, again involved.... meaning, instead of doing something meaningful, I got hooked by a political debate ... and about what, if I may ask? about nothing.

A friend of mine, as it turned out, has is a civil principle. This is a civil duty, well, in the sense of duty of the citizen-facing the country: to observe, to serve, to vote, etc. So
his principle - not to vote.

As the old joke goes: “A passenger, greatly offended by the train conductor, bought a ticket and went by foot…”. So is my friend: I won’t vote, and let THEM know it over there!

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I'll try to prepare an idea for ​​real and practical use.

And so:

- Once every four years (or 24, does not matter) are held a nationwide voting for election of the candidates. In the usual way - with promises, programs, buying \ selling, coalitions, scandals, etc. etc. ...

. Government starts, and continues to operate normally.

-All citizens who took part in voting shall be entitled, upon completion of each year (or 1 \ 2 years, the desired time, which lets you see the trend), to make a correction - the choice to cast their votes in support and / or against any (or only the chosen person ?), member of the current government or the party list.

- In excess of a certain level of people's distrust, the acting member of the government automatically, without another vote, led away in resignation, and replaced by a free candidate on the list of his party.

- In excess of a certain level of people's distrust, in the expressed list of the coalition of the government, as a result of not advancing the stated election promises, or a complete/partial change of party policy, the party is deprived of one or more of the existing mandates, In favor of party lists which have improved or did not change their performance.

- In excess of a certain level of people's distrust expressed by the current government as a whole, as a result of people's distrust of all or most of the lists of parties which forme the government, the right to form a new government goes to the best of the opposition party or the government begins to function as a temporary and in the state shall be appointed elections. The decision on a change of government is taken
by the President.

In general, this is probably enough to keep specific political careerists, and any particular party, and all necessary state government in controlled tension.

That, in turn, must hope, will streamline and accelerate the process of working out, delivery, acceptance, and most importantly - the actual implementation, for which we fought, as the saying goes...

And, best of all, from a technical point of view, the proposed reorganization, requires virtually no serious budgetary expenditures, such as a standard election. It can work in automatic mode with minimum supervision, which in turn saves the country from the state of shock, duration of which can be a half-cadence. Without a doubt, it increase in a certain way, the expenses of the parties to advertise their achievements in the whole period of "serving the people," but this, of course, not in the least will upset the legitimate electorate ..

Dixi, I said it...