National Citizen's Initiative for Democracy
|National Citizen's Initiative for Democracy|
About the NI4d
The National Initiative includes a constitutional amendment (the Democracy Amendment) and a federal statute (the Democracy Act).
The Democracy Amendment, if it became part of the U.S. Constitution, would:
- Assert the legislative powers of the people,
- Outlaw the use of monies not from natural persons in initiative elections,
- Create an Electoral Trust
- Legitimize the Democracy Act conducted by Philadelphia II, a non-profit IRS 501 C (4) corporation, giving Americans the opportunity to vote on the National Initiative.
The Democracy Act, if it became a federal statute, would:
- Set out deliberative legislative procedures (copied from Congress and vital for intelligent lawmaking) to be used for initiative lawmaking by citizens,
- Define the limited powers of the Electoral Trust that administers the legislative procedures on behalf of the people, and
- Define the electoral threshold that must be reached for the National Initiative to become the law of the land.
This section displays the most recent stories in a google news search for the term "National + Citizen's + Initiative + for + Democracy"
- All stories may not be relevant to this organization due to the nature of the search engine.
- FOR THE RECORDS: Before it is too late, By Olusegun Obasanjo - Premium Times
- Time to step up: The EU and freedom of expression - Index On Censorship
- Legislature approves controversial abortion insurance law - Crain's Detroit Business
- Arkaah Was Not A Successful Politician! - Vibe Ghana
- Mexico Lower House Passes Oil Overhaul to Break State Monopoly - Bloomberg
- Swati & Ramesh Ramanathan: Making Your Cities Work - Forbes India
- Living in another EU member state shouldn't cost you the right to vote - EurActiv
- Mandela and Redistribution - American Spectator
- Eastern Partnership: progress in deep democracy and human rights rewarded ... - EU News
- The future of Arab labor movements - Al-Monitor
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