What if the local MLA or some political party tries to influence the elected Mohalla Sabha/Gram Sabha representative?
In a system where peoples’ assemblies will be the final decision-making bodies, a Mohalla Sabha or Gram Sabha representative will have no capacity to subvert the popular will even if he/she wishes to do so. The influence of local politics and political parties will be nullified by legal force of the decisions of citizens’ assemblies and the fact that all decisions in such assemblies will be taken openly and by majority.
- Would state or local elected officials or officers, party officials or lobbyists be permitted to run as delegates?
- How does one ensure that the elected area representatives of Mohalla Sabha/Gram Sabha will not turn corrupt?
- Which political party has had (does have) the most influence on American public education?