A Public Consultation about a Written Constitution

  1. “Do we want a democracy that gives the power of an absolute monarch to one party, or a government which is proportionally representative and can work responsively and responsibly to deal with the issues facing the country?”

 In a modern democracy, a constitution suitable for the majority is not written by political or academic or financial elites but by the citizens to whom the “Establishment” is accountable.

Regardless of political persuasion, EVERYONE, who would seek to live in a more equitable and democratic society, is invited to collectively collaborate in a project to have your say and vote securely on the content of a written Constitution. 

Such a project has now been initiated by a non-party-aligned charity titled "Constitution for Scotland".The charity has been set up to raise the funds for an interactive public consultation on the content of a written Constitution. Their Web and Facebook sites tell you all about getting involved and having your say in the project. Their website can be found at: https://constitutionforscotland.scot/

Following the interactive public consultation it is proposed that the results would be put to a National Convention then promoted for legislation at Holyrood.