in most countries, one must be born to power or into a a ruling caste
the idea of electing and choosing one’s leaders is relatively new in that non-landowners gets to vote. actually, in many countries, everyone gets to vote and it’s about how the votes are counted.
Whether it’s attandance with numbered ballots and not voting for the correct single name on the ballot gets you jailed or executed or ballots cast in a First Past Post (rule by organized mob) or a more complex formula for proportional representation – non compulsory privileged encoded in law as a right, thus apathy and low turn out – also varies according to if votes are counted as votes or in voter pools with an electoral college casting actual votes informed by the aggregate.
We have tired many ways to live together and the basics for any city holds true of a nation of them – Infrastructure, water/sewage management, food distribution and city zoning for use – agriculture, manufacturing production, markets and living areas – secure from warring invaders but open to traders – safety between cities – travel security for goods and persons.
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