Political and social legal contract initiative

The most important instrument to use where politicians are to be encourage to be more systematical, effective as well as more committed, is by incoporating this initiative. By allowing this ideal initiative into operation in a country,more less developed state will enhance the desired developmental goal.

The political and social contracts are to be drawn each time an election is due.This means that all such person ought to be or must be made subject to this process conditional term while been eligible to participate in any democratic election.

Reason of this initiatiative is that in the past, as well as at current times, politicians have had reduced doing their responsibilities. For example not working to their best their abilities.Thereby, such results into negligence and other reckless motives or intention.The end result is that the intended goal or purpose of an election is defeated.


Therefore,because of the Concept of Democracy which ought to give the attention and advancement in its area of development in order to purposefully work accordingly with its founding principles and rules.

On the other hand, this initiative creates legal terms which ought to state before such a person occupy the political office.This intiative will keep checks and balances within polical offices.

However, some its effect once this initiative has been adopted by any country, will help the people called citizens to have systematical voice of power.This simply means that in a case of officials making bad decision. For example refusing to adhere to the rule of law. A particular state can oppose by commercing a trial before the respective courts.This helps to safe guard lives during the 'transition of power' by political officers.

[for more info or any interest shown to the above idea.kindly comment or send me a message.

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