Democracy needs to be re-defined

‘Democracy’ everyone.

Completely unrepresentative of the population; this is not a vote from ‘the people’ as May would have it.

Those who ‘can’t vote’ include British Expats, 16-17-year-olds, EU migrants living in the UK (the latter can vote on everything else apart from General Elections but not the EU Referendum. They came in legally and should not be seen or treated as second class citizens who have no say about their future)

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5 thoughts on “Democracy needs to be re-defined

  1. Yes, I wish it hadn’t. Worse, though, is what the result brought with it within our society. So much feeling of hate and feeling it’s now justified by the vote. Looking at the world with a very worried mind these days 😦

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  2. It’s a horrific injustice that many-even monkeys- aren’t able to vote, but it’s not going to change any time soon. Politicians have got to stop seeing a vote as a whole country’s perspective, look at these figures as well as others and make better informed decisions. However, it is how it is and we have to work with what we are able for the future.

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