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Draft Timetable

Thirty Six Weeks to Secure "A Better Way to Govern Britain"

A draftg timetable for consideration and approva by your new "People's Parliament"

WeeksOfficial business of swearing in, etc. and:-

    1. Appoint the necessary Cabinet of Ministers with powers to co-opt
    2. Take advice from officials and others on the practicality of this timetable.
    3. Revise timetable as necessary and formally adopt this for implementation
    4. Enact any legislation necessary to give enable the “People’s Parliament” to fulfil its mandate in accordance with its election manifesto, including reduction of remuneration packages..
  1. Receipt of suggested methods of selection, representation and government from:-
    1. Members of parliament
    2. Public submissions collected during the election campaign
  2. Classification by appointed ‘Monitors’ of (2) as provided for in the Election Manifesto
  3. Consideration and determination of:-
    1. all appropriate equipment and modes of communication, sharing information, collaborative working, decision taking, voting, and the like that may be used for public consultation on all measures envisaged.
    2. Funding of political organisations, operations and elections, or other means of securing transparent, unbiased representation free from improper external influence
  4. Preliminary discussion of:-
    1. the need for any level of government in Britain.
    2. the 13 “A Better Way … “ heads set out in the election manifesto
    3. the election and financing of local government and similar bodies
    4. such other matters as are brought forward during the election period and as are thought worthy of further consideration by the Cabinet
  5. Continuation of (5)
  6. Written, oral and visual presentations on concerns and suggestions identified as in (3) from those appointed to categorise these.
  7. Continuation of (7)
  8. Delivery of presentation material in (7 & 8) to members, for study and use in staged debates, per election manifesto.
  9. Series of staged debates on all proposals, as provided for in the election manifesto commences, with Members returning to their constituencies to consult with their electorates after each series of 3 such debates (estimate of ½ day per debate, with 3 days for constituency consultation.). Members pass electorates view collected from the consultations to the Monitors for classification, summarisation and presentation to Parliament the following week)
  10. Parliament receives summary presentations from (10) on each of the 3 suggestions considered, with comments from alternative experts. These are discussed, voted upon, and reports prepared for the Lords & Commons, all as provided for in the election manifesto.
  11. Members return to their constituencies for further universal consultations and collection of views to be collated, categorised and presented by officials as in (9) for final debate/s.
  12. Final debate/s on the 3 considerations delivered.
  13. Repeat of procedures in weeks 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13 until a composite draft Bill can be prepared to lay before Parliament.
  14. Draft Bills prepared to lay before Parliament
  15. Members return to constituencies, consult with electorate on the Draft Bill, collect comments and suggested amendments and pass these to the Monitors – all as before.
  16. Monitors deliver suggested amended draft Bill to Parliament for debate and voting to secure at least 75% of the votes cast.
  17. An amended draft Bill prepared in consultation with MP’s whose constituents comments and suggestions led to these amendments, to lay before Parliament.
  18. After further Parliamentary discussion (but no vote) MP’s repeat constituency consultations with electorate.
  19. Any further considerations are incorporated by the Monitors and a further amended Bill presented for Parliamentary debate and voting to secure a simple majority (the elements having previously secured 75%).
  20. Allowance for explanations by those voting against if the Bill fails to get a simple majority.
  21. Allowance for consideration of these reasons by a Tribunal of Law Lords from the Supreme Court with their ruling as provided for in the election manifesto.
  22. Allowance for re-examination of proposals that had previously been put to one side by Monitors and advisors as specified in a search for a resolution to any impasse.
  23. Preparation of final Bill
  24. Presentation of final Bill to ‘People’s Parliament’ (House of Commons) and passing by simple majority vote.
  25. Presented to HM Queen Elizabeth II for Royal Assent.
  26. Enabling Bill for implementation of the new system (which has been prepared contemporaneously with the above stages as provided for in the election manifesto) presented for Parliamentary debate and acceptance by simple majority vote.

It is anticipated that any time required for consideration of further suggestions per weeks 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13 may be found from weeks 21, 23 & 23, although extra time may be required.

It is further anticipated that a further period of 12 to 16 weeks will be required to prepare the country for implementation of the new arrangements for representing the people and delivering a Better Way to Govern Britain.

During this preparation period MP’s will work with their constituents and those who will be engaged in the operation of the new system to help them fully understand how this will work and what their duties and responsibilities will be.In total it is envisaged that a period of around 9 months will be required to give effect to "A Better Way to Govern Britain".