Do Citizens have enough power over the country?

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Do Citizens have enough power over the country?

As we know, Citizens can vote in General Elections about which politician will have control over their borough. However, those votes are counted by the majority. One voice can't change it to their way. Should this change? Should decisions be carried through by the one voice above the all the others? This post should help to forge your opinion.

Citizens DO have enough power over the country because:

  • Every action must be voted in by the public before it is carried out. This means the majority get their opinion followed.
  • Strikes can be carried out and are not against the law. This means you can convince Government to make a change.
  • You can, in a general election, vote for which party you would like to have as leader of your borough. Then they can make a change as they have more power.

Citizens DO NOT have enough power over the country because:

  • If it is a close majority, then almost half of the country have had their belief drowned.
  • Government vote for what they want too, that leaves the public out of the decision.
  • Children are still future Citizens, and they cannot vote for what happens during their life.

I believe that Citizens DO have enough power over the country.

Thank you for reading!

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