The Working Committee members are selected by the Neighborhood Reps, not by the people themselves. Isn’t this undemocratic?

The Working Committee members are selected by the Neighborhood Reps, not by the people themselves. Isn’t this undemocratic?

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Nope. Today’s legislature delegates their authority out to committees and subcommittees – small parts of the whole. But the legislature ultimately maintains its power because it has the final vote over the legislation. Similarly, under the Neighborhood Legislature, the 12,000 Neighborhood Reps delegate their authority to the Working Committee, but retain ultimate power through their vote.

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