When you don’t have to give up.
I’d encourage you to read yesterday’s post before this one.
I have always believed in minority governments. In my opinion, they are the best option available to us. Stemming from democracy, they include a balance of power that takes away all the power from a majority party that gets carried away “for the good” of the population. No matter what political views you may have, a successful election for all citizens is, in my opinion, an election for a minority party.
Some will say that this wouldn’t change anything in the context of a health crisis, while others will point to the social immobility that this may represent. My opinion on the subject is that a government without absolute power will necessarily have to deal only with the problems of importance for the population and the state while leaving the trivial matters to one side. Another aspect is that it would allow, politically, to reverse decisions quickly thanks to the powers held by each elected official.
I will end this post by quoting Phillip II of Macedonia, divide et impera, divide and conquer. Why not use attack as a defense or fight fire with fire? If politicians are in danger of not being able to manage the power granted to them, it must simply be divided to better allow the people to rule over their elected officials.
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Last Updated on May 12, 2021 by Coach Danny