[pp.int.general] 'Liquid Democrazy': Pirate Party Sinks amid Chaos and Bickering
fauno at kiwwwi.com.ar
Mon Feb 25 05:35:46 CET 2013
carlo von lynX <lynX at pirate.my.buttharp.org> writes:
>> how do we enforce good behaviour? you can proppose a sanction
>> afterwards through the same procedure (never happened, we're good
>> fellows so far, but i can foresee some exploits on this last comment).
> what kind of sanction do you have for someone who promises to
> fulfill a job and then doesn't do it? i had the impression that
> is how the majority of political projects in italy get to a
> still-stand: people take on important roles, then go on taking
> care of their own business and only come back to defend their
> positions in fights, making sure they don't get demoted from the
> job they don't intend to fulfil. or maybe that's the infiltration
> method which is still working....
i forgot to mention, any delegation made by the assembly is rotatory and
revokable. it's a common provision by assembly democracy in case of
delegation and against accumulation of power or simply not meeting the
goals of the delegation itself (at least on my assemblies experience).
in fact we are just discussing how to comply with this in case of
winning seats, where we can't revoke a "delegate for congress", which
are bound by party/general assembly mandate. but apparently you can
have a contract with the candidates (which are pasible of public
humiliation anyway, but ineffective in case of career politicians, he)
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