1 Why we are in the middle of a crisis in which our standard of living drops significantly? Largely because our leaders are not capable of handling the situation, either by incompetence, corruption or ignorance. 2. Then do we have those rulers? Because they have been elected in a vote within our legal system. 3 Why have we chosen rulers incompetent, if we know that you any competent? Because the election system not allow people elect, but lets you choose share of power in the form of political parties that in theory they represent their voters. 4 And perhaps do not represent them? Lol The only way to be represented by a party is to be a member of this.
Only in this way you can prove that you are of it own. Unaffiliated voters in a party can only expect the electoral programs of the winning party are met. 5. What political parties compose their electoral lists with the most capable members? Lol The criterion of chart positions is purely politician and clientel. The capacity of a member of the list is measured based on their loyalty to the party, its leaders or that can contribute for the good of that group. 6 Therefore is the system democratic? Only in the part in which you can choose between various lists of parties.
You only know names and the party to whom they are due, but not suitability for Office, or their appearance in most of the cases, nor have you been able to hear them speak. In addition once elected, there is no way to access them. Madrid someone knows how to access any of the 35 members who represent them in the Parliament? At his town halls do you know how to explain a problem to your representative? Do you know who represents them? Usually the answer is NO. 7. What could this problem I solve? Changing the electoral system to a system of lists open in which a representative is elected by constituency. In General and regional elections may be a representative of several municipalities or neighborhoods of large cities, in municipal elections It may be a neighbourhood or cluster of neighbourhoods or villages. The representative elected in this way is due to their constituents, they voted to anyone. 8 Can the electoral system be changed? In theory Yes, through a change in the Constitution.For this purpose it is required approval by a majority of 3/5 camera and dissolution of Parliament with new elections. 9 Why has nobody proposed such a change ever? Because the parties control the legislative chambers and a change in the system implies the end of the current status quo that clearly suits them, since the capacity of members isn’t fundamentally in their choice. 10 Return to question No.