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  1. This web site is a road map to a better society, showing a way where corruption does not win over democracy and the peoples’ wishes.  It gives a deep understanding of the issues, their history and context.
    People’s rights are taken away when political decision making is led by rich and powerful people who are making sure their own interests come first. 
    The Declaration of Independence states that it is the Peoples’ right to alter their Government, and their duty to do so.   
    This website has sown a seed about a route the people can take to end corruption in government and gain their rights and freedoms.   It is worthwhile and serves the people well.
    The majority of people do not have power, money, or higher education and it is their rights which can easily be overridden. 
    The knowledge about initiatives and amendments might be established in modern culture through education in school.  More so the social media which people have made into their own culture.    Perhaps a website blog could be a forum for discussion or crowd-sourcing.
    Without corruption future generations have a freedom to act in their interests.
    This website provides information on how to fix corruption and sets out the process in an organised way.  
    A lot of people do not have higher education in politics.   I like the summary and the glossary – and keep coming back to use them.  They provide very useful structure, context and background for the subject and aims.
    I would like to see a one page flow chart, or flyer, that could put the basic message out there.   

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