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Is Democratic Occupational Representation in the National Lawmaking Institution Not an Enlightened Goal? For Least-Cost-Election of Lawmakers and Top ... Revolution Is Needed For Achieving This Goal

Is Democratic Occupational Representation in the National Lawmaking Institution Not an Enlightened Goal? For Least-Cost-Election of Lawmakers and Top ... Revolution Is Needed For Achieving This Goal

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The politicians in political parties (2 in the United States, and 40 in the recent 5-year elections in India) in power make decisions regarding the bills to be proposed and passed, consistent with the political objectives of the party in power. The current election process of representatives for the national lawmaking institution (Congressmen and Senators in the United States) and the top administrators (The President and Vice president) is and their campaigns are very time consuming and extremely expensive. The election process, as proposed in chapter 20 of this book-occupational representation and Electoral College based on such election process-and new type of lawmaking and administrative setup by two top elected administrators, is least expensive, similar to the election of the president and board members of an association representing that occupation, with modern computer and electronic facilities available to each voter at home or in a county office. This process also reduces the incentive for the representatives to get corrupted because they do not get much political contributions. Thus, they would be un-influenced by lobbing efforts. Moreover, the representatives of their occupations for which they were elected might work intensively with great interest for the well-being of all the members of their occupations. Moreover, it is logically expectable that the elected representatives for their occupations are highly capable, active, and efficient with great leadership qualities. Members of all occupations (the entire voting public) generally think that these kind of special representatives have the ability to decide how to improve the well-being of all, rather than segments of, people in terms of economic security, standard of living, health, safety, and peace, and to act according by law to achieve those most enlightened goals. That is the reason, in the future; there might be a good chance for a peaceful revolution for achieving the enlightened goal of instituting the suggested least-cost, corruption-less, and fairly representative democratic election process and administration in any democratic country. Since economists did not have much clout in public policy decisions in any country, in general, the general public has to be made aware that there is a great need for all the top and famous economists including Nobel Prize winners in economics sciences, top social scientists, all billionaires (about 400), Nobel Peace Prize winners, executives of top companies, great humane leaders, editors of top newspapers, top journalists of media in the world, leaders of organizations advocating world peace and financial security, and those in the entire world, who are interested in permanent world peace and a new type economic structure, which assures financial safety, minimum prices to consumers, fair returns to stockholders, investors, and lenders in the entire world, to establish a powerful and financially sound institution to command high respect and strong clout in such a way that the politicians in power and elected top administrators in any country would not disregard the good recommendations of this organization for any country in the world for the benefit of all, rather than segments of, people in that country and the rest of the world. If lawmakers and top administrators are elected on the basis of suggested occupational representation, they are highly likely to work with that type of institution.