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We need reform! We should have political parties

Discussion in 'Civ3 Demo Game: Citizens' started by Waterz, Jul 2, 2002.

  1. Waterz

    Waterz Talking Dog

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    Yes, i know it is against the constitution, but maybe parties could get citizens more involved in government. See we could have it based on Australian Parliament. See the party with the majority of seats would become the leadership, government of the day. And the President or PrimeMinister will choose what positions the citizens will be and then the opposition or other parties say democrats and Labor could vote for or against it. We could even had houses of parliament. Senate and the House of Representatives. If anyone has any questions contact
     
  2. Grandmaster

    Grandmaster Chieftain

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    My sentiments exactly. I have a post up with similar reasoning, but I've already been shot down. Being American, I dunno how the Aussie parliament works, but it seems to be a sound idea. Good luck to ya.

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