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Parliamentary Democracy

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Parliamentary Democracy Parliament is dissolved! But who dissolved them? Who elected parliament? By the voters of great Britain an Ireland. Was it then the voters of great Britain an Ireland who made parliament dissolve? No, it was the Prime Minster of England, whom the queen elected who under the laws of his country is incapable of being an MP an he was the person who has the power of putting an end to the deliberations of parliament and disposing of its members. The situation is highly illustrative of many anomalies and absurdities with in the English Constitution. Praised by its supporters as the most perfect constitution yet evolved it is in reality so full of illogical and apparently impossible conditions that if shown to reasoning minds as the basis of a workable constitution for any country it would be dismissed straight away. ...read more.

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The cabinet formed out of the most votes constitutes the government of the country and such has full control of every thing. But the cabinet is not elected by the parliament, voted for by the people nor chosen by its own party. The cabinet is chosen by a group of people chosen by the sovereign as the leader of the strongest party. This person so chosen after a consultation with the queen selects certain of his own followers and creates places for them and salaries, and so forms the cabinet. The cabinet controls the government and practically dictates the laws, yet the cabinet its self is unknown it the law and is not recognised by the constitution. In fact the Cabinet has no legal right to existence. ...read more.

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The democracy of parliament is in short the democracy of Capitalism. Capitalism gives the right to the worker to choose his master, but the master ship and doings of the master shall remain unquestioned. Parliament democracy gives the worker the right of voice but insists that he shall bend as a subject to be ruled. The fundamental feature of both to the worker is that they imply his continued subjection to a ruling class once his choice of then personnel of rulers is made. But the freedom of the revolutionists will change the choose of rulers, which we have today into the choice of administrators of law voted upon, directly by the people. And will also substitute the choice of masters the appointment of reliable public servants under direct public control. This will mean true democracy the industrial democracy of the socialist republic ...read more.

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