Should all important decisions should be made by direct democracy.


Democracy is a large vote that takes place somewhere important. Direct democracy is when the public have the opportunity to vote for what they think is right in that situation. I DON’T think all important decisions should be decided by direct democracy because the Members of Parliament might have to be focusing on something really serious but if they give the public the situation to remain on, we might never decide what should happen because: it could cause arguments at home meaning we can’t all decide on what we think is right, it might take us too long as we might have work or somewhere important to be. All these things could lead to a general froad between different parts of where you live and this could lead, to the MP’s stepping down as someone important and this could lead to our county, nation or town being left in distress. Wrekless and clueless.

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