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Political parties divided in sixteen which

  • 1) are representative for the status-orientation of the civil identity in society as divided according the four vocational groups (varna) and age groups (√Ęs'rama),
  • 2) align with a likewise division of ministries,
  • 3) form the basis for the divisions of seats in parliament
  • 4) are fixed in the constitution and in their organization are heartened by the sitting government as being independent of the freely organized coming and going members of parliament organized in the more nepotistical oriented political parties.

Political parties logically take interest in organizing and providing as much members of parliament for the different election groups and thus be optimally of influence. This is conducive to their programmatic integrity. Individual citizens, who thus, also necessarily with respect for their level of abstraction and experience, are reinforced in their identity of functioning, may independently of the parties also choose for independent members of parliament of their election group and/or have a political career by gaining renown as defenders of the interest of their election group. A civilian normally, considering age, changes his election group minimally three times in his life, but is also allowed to stay with his service delivered to a group standing for another category of age and/or profession (e.g. in education which predominantly stands for the interest of the development of the youngsters). The election groups represent a calculated human rights identity -management policy which precludes one-sided decision making, repression and the neglect of certain societal groups. They warrant a, for the sake of civil political trust, optimal tuning of the legislative and executive powers of state.

  • Present day democratic politics approach the ideal of having election groups by means of fixed parlementary commissions in which members of different political parties participate to hearten the communication between the legislative power and this or that ministery.

See also

  • Identities.
  • Fields. The Fields are of relevance: losing one's balance with them one perverts and identifies with the one-sidedness of a political party.

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