Are voice votes often meaningfully unanimous or bipartisan?

My answer to Are voice votes often meaningfully unanimous or bipartisan?

Answer by Desmond Last:

Personally I believe that voice votes are outdated and do not progress democracy.

I also believe Judges at the Supreme Court level should be directly voted in by the people not appointed by the Government.

Democracy is at a standstill everywhere in the World apart from Romania.

I shook my head in disbelief that a Government could have such contempt for its people that it would allow State sponsored corruption. Well done to the people of Romania.

We must demand more of our Governments. We the people have let them get away with mediocre unintelligent solutions to the problems of the World.

The voice vote has to go. We are in a era that has technology which can progress Democracy.

Every vote should be carried out electronically and the voter should have to record the justification for their vote.

Wake up democracy and the People. Ask not what your Government can do for you but when is your Goverment going to act for you.

Are voice votes often meaningfully unanimous or bipartisan?

About Desmond Last

My work includes an outline of my New Perspective on Counter Terrorism. I have also written about and warned Governments on the developing threat from the use of Bio-Technologies (Brain2Computer) and Energy Weapons being used by Criminal and Terrorist Organisations. I have developed a reform of the United Nations and written a New System for Climate Change Policy and Disaster Management. My New System of Economics does not support Aid to end Third World Poverty instead it utilizes economic empowerment of Communities to do so. I seek freedom through a Bill of Rights for Creatures Gr8 & Small. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the CIA and MI5/6 have never acknowledged my writing neither have the BBC, CCN and any Australian Media.

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