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The People's Administration is registered by the Electoral Commission as a mainstream party with the ability to form a government and implement parliamentary reform - should the majority electorate vote for the People's Administration in the UK General Election 2010.
Without centralised decision-making, the politicians, the religions, the non-elected lords and consultants, the corporates, the banks and hidden organisations of any nature, can not manipulate or influence the power any longer, as the power will be with every individual.
The UK Government's 'revolutionary' idea to make 'Digital Britain' the world leader in electronic communications is to upgrade current network infrastructure with new cables. Our idea to make Digital Britain the world leader in electronic communications is to upgrade Parliament with Digital Democracy.
It is an illusion that the people don’t already have total power. Whilst we don’t believe that we have total power, we don’t use it. When politicians tell us that they want to give us more power, they reinforce the notion that we don’t already have all of the power, and the illusion is maintained but, only because we do not realise that we already have ALL of the power.
This proposal is a mechanism through which the people can come to know through experience, that the people already have all of the power, and to then exercise this power for the positive.
As well as voting upon all policy implementation, the people themselves will also be able to propose policy ideas directly to the country via the website for a potential national vote and implementation by the People’s Administration and Parliament.
Our reform also means that anyone will be able to become a politician - as and when they choose. Through the People's Administration, everyone will be invited into the business of Parliament without discrimination on any grounds.
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