Guide to Provisional Constitution for Scotland

 It is the intention to publish the "Guide" online as a CONSULTATIVE document during 2018. It is expected that it will be taken apart word by word, examined and rebuilt by everyone with an interest in the shaping of an independent self-governing Scotland. It is a framework that is meant to be controversial and thought provoking.

We welcome any interested persons who would wish to contribute their opinions.

As an introduction to the Constitution view the 10 minute video which can be seen by following the link:!Ag-A5R2khF-CjQQxDxfESL9sYRLQ

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Annual Ground Rent (AGR) - Simple and Fair

The Value of land is a combination of the natural resources provided free by nature and the value of services generated by society.

This "Public Value" has been diverted and retained by landowners for their own benefit. This "Public Value" has a rental value and it is proposed that a revenue system termed "Annual Ground Rent" be applied to regain a portion of the "Public Value" to share with society in general.


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Blueprint For A Democratic Scottish State

The world around us keeps changing so we need a political system that can handle the changes incurring now in the 21st century.

The current system of governance across the UK has been referred to as an "Elective Dictatorship", essentially an outdated system of governance that operates with little accountability to the electorate who are required to pay for it.

The relationship between the people and the government bears little to do with democracy. The system, is essentially controlled by political parties, with each main party representing a minority group within the electorate.

Political party elites select the majority of the candidates we are required to vote for and these candidates primarily "canvas" on the manifesto promises set out by the party organisations. Many elected representatives see their political career prospects as dependent on accountability to party bosses rather than being accountable to the electorate who pay their wages.

Is this convoluted form of democracy what we want in a Modern Democratic Scottish State?

Rather than political parties setting selective manifestos is it not time that WE the electorate, set out what is required to develop OUR needs in the form of a national Blueprint, in effect a business plan for politicians to work towards on our behalf - politicians who should be directly accountable to You and ME - the electorate?

See the attachment that provides a Sample Blueprint for the governance of a Democratic Scottish State.