The -majority rule- can lead to the tyranny of the majority, which is not true democracy. The majority might vote for something that helps them but hurts the people in the minority.
Elections are called the democratic input of the people, but no matter what political party, the capital economy remains in power. Let’s avoid being an ignorant, sleeping crowd of more than 450 people, massively subordinated to the interests of an elite behind banks, too smart to fail.
Only citizens, the taxpayers and consumers, can change the rules of elections as parties will not give up their position.
Endenburg’s policy decision-making method was originally published as based on four essential principles in order to emphasize that the process of selecting people for roles and responsibilities was also subject to the consent process. As explained below, it is now taught as Endenburg originally developed the method as three principles: