In stead of elections?

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Elections are called the democratic input of the people, but no matter what political party, the capital economy remains in power. Let’s avoid to be an ignorant, sleeping mass of more than 450 people, massively subordinated to the interests of an elite behind banks, too big to fail, multinationals, trade agreements.
From Wikipedia

A democracy means rule by the people.[1] The name is used for different forms of government, where the people can take part in the decisions that affect the way their community is run. In modern times, there are different ways this can be done:

  1. The people meet to decide about new laws, and changes to existing ones. This is usually called direct democracy.
  2. The people elect their leaders. These leaders take this decision about laws. This is commonly called representative democracy. The process of choosing is called election. Elections are either held periodically, or when an officeholder dies.
  3. Sometimes people can propose new laws or changes to existing laws. Usually, this is done using a referendum, which needs a certain number of supporters.
  4. The people who make the decisions are chosen more or less at random. This is common, for example when choosing a jury for a trial. This method is known as sortition or allotment. In a trial, the jury will have to decide the question whether the person is guilty or not. In Europe, trials with a jury are only used for serious crimes, such as murder, hostage taking or arson.

To become a stable democracy, a state usually undergoes a process of democratic consolidation.

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