Direct Democracy proposal for Economics
Review of spending and of the viability of nuclear deterrents
The potential threats to UK security are changing dramatically as the world heads towards political and financial globalisation and, as other civilisations feel more threatened by our foreign policy and adopt new methods of attack.
The People's Administration believes that it is less likely that the UK will face a military attack from any country [as was the case during the Cold War] and that any potential threat is more and more likely to come in the form of terrorism. In this scenario, nuclear deterrents are of less purpose and therefore would become less financially viable and so we propose a complete review of the UK's nuclear deterrent spending commitments with a view to reducing the financial burden on the UK budget.
We also believe that future potential attacks from other regimes or organisations of any nature [including corporates] will come in the form of cyber attacks. As we become more and more dependent upon the Internet, we become more vulnerable socially, economically and personally, and so we feel that this is an area that requires the installation of defence mechanisms and therefore funding.
Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose to commission a review into the viability of our nuclear deterrent within our current and potential future political climates.
Voting for direct democracy outside a general election
It is up to us, the people [not the politicians] to use the power that we have always had, to choose to implement direct democracy as soon as possible.
This is not a protest campaign.
In accordance with Magna Carta Article 61 and with UN UDHR Article 21 and with all democratic principals up-held by the UN [which the UK is signed-up to], the People's Administration's Direct Democracy Twitter blog is a UN-sanctioned and legally recognised voting format for UK reform to direct democracy - even outside a general election.
Vote legitimately for a peaceful and structured UK reform to direct democracy now simply by following the People's Administration's Direct Democracy Twitter blog and when numbers reach a point of critical mass, we'll do the rest.
The People's Administration's constitution for reform to direct democracy and our voting protocols for implementing direct democracy have both been accepted by the UK Electoral Commission and the UN as legitimate. In a general election, the People's Administration DOES NOT have to field candidates to secure your vote on the ballot paper. Outside a general election, you can vote for a legitimate reform to direct democracy now by following @self_rule