Monday, 24 April 2017

‘Total Democracy – a new concept in cooperation’
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The National Liberal Party has always supported the concept of cross-party co-operation. For centrist parties (whether of the left or right), that which unites us is stronger than those (policies) which divide us. Since we do not believe that any single party can unite the ‘opposition’ to our political system or the ruling three parties, a ‘broad church’ cooperative alliance, that appeals across the political (centrist) and social spectrum, just might.
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A number of small centrist parties have been discussing the need for such a cooperation and the mechanism to make it happen in the latter part of last year. Finally, four parties (Democratic Reform Party, People’s Democratic Party, Popular Alliance and the NLP) have come together to launch Total Democracy, a campaigning body that seeks to maximise our collective strength to the benefit of its members. As the opening press release says We are a co-operation of interested groups who work together on specific campaigns, you opt into the ones that match your values and ignore the ones that don’t.’ It hope to add similar parties, groups and Independents in due course.
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This is just the start of cooperative politics and the beginning of a ‘long march’ to change the face of British politics. It is the only alternative strategy in town. Join us, join the cooperation https://www.facebook.com/pages/Total-Democracy/248865718574022?fref=ts
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Total Democracy Press Release
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* The ‘Sunflower’ logo reflects the colours of the major established parties plus a clear one representing all of us who reject those parties, who we say work in the interests of (their own) professional politicians.
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