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Parti démocratie directe, équipe Jean-Charles Cléroux

Direct Democracy!

No promises, only obligations!

What is Direct Democracy?

From the Greek etymology: demokratia. The word democracy was borrowed directly from the Greek demokratia, "popular government", bypassing the Latin. The Greek word is made up of two elements: demos and kratos. The Greek word demos has several meanings. It originally designates a territory inhabited by a community, and by extension, the people living on this territory. In particular, it designates the people as opposed to the chief or the king, or else all the citizens (excluding non-citizens). Kratos comes from the verb kratein, the first meaning of which is "to be strong, to be powerful", and the second, "to be the master", hence "to dominate, to reign, to command". The word kratos has inherited these meanings and means first “strength (of the body), vigor”, and then “dominion, power”. This idea of domination can refer to that exercised by the gods or goods to royal power, to sovereign authority. Democracy is a political system where the people (i.e. citizens) play a role in the exercise of power, in one way or another.

Why vote for Direct Democracy?

Because via direct democracy, we allow citizens to directly exercise their power, to decide by way of "vote" of referendum, popular and/or revocatory initiative, consultation with the population on government decisions in place. Being in “demokratia” makes it possible to modify, overthrow existing laws or to propose new ones. The instruments of popular initiative and referendum are the cornerstones of direct democracy. The people are sovereign and represent the highest political body in the country. It is a way of working that gives equal importance to freedom of decision both on the side of elected officials and on the side of the people, both being at the same level of decision-making. The difference between the citizen and the elected official is that the elected official is the representative of the citizen and as such he represents the citizens of his community before government authorities. Direct democracy is, through the implementation of a voting system, the means by which we regain control of our power over the collective future. Referendums and citizens' initiatives are the voice of the people and one of the effective ways to keep our elected officials on the right track. It is time to stop voting for elected officials and to vote for ideas because a Prime Minister and 124 deputies cannot speak on behalf of 8 million inhabitants and this via a single vote among the population every 4 year. Let's vote for our ideas and our life choices! Representative democracy is falsely confused with direct democracy. This is the only real valid democracy because the people are at the heart of the decisions and there is no possible division of votes. So the people at the heart of the decisions, it is to take back our power of speech and decision; it is the key to the future for our children and for our communities! Welcome home, take care!

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Parti démocratie directe, équipe Jean-Charles Cléroux