On the issue of past elections

On the issue of past elections

“The choice was wide, but somehow second-rate, like in elections.” V. Pelevin.
Answer to this quote:
If a person believes that among the candidates there is no worthy representative for him, -vitas
The funny thing is that these representatives really do not. And not even the fact that they are not offered for choice, but there are none at all.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, for example, has a serious crisis in terms of simply forming a list of candidates. It feels like someone is shoving there, just to fill in the empty columns.
On my site a retiree of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, born in 1959, was a candidate. He may be a wonderful person. But from these information about him I concluded that he was not needed in the Duma. And voted for some young woman.
What kind of person should there be in order for a voter to move something in his direction?
First of all, he should have known. Lists of candidates read? Famous persons only in the EP. Yes, we can say that they are in power, therefore, so. But is it possible to get famous only in this way? And do not nod at the media.By and large, the media does not care about these elections, all candidates and all voters, including the party in power. Something there by inertia is shown, the fountains are alternate, but nobody cares. Navalny, for example, was not particularly shown on the first channel, but this did not prevent him from becoming famous.
We have a problem in society itself. Not enough socially active people. Not enough public associations. Real, not paper. From which you can get fame useful for society activities.
SecondlyWhat are the selection criteria? In elementary school girls fall in love with excellent students. Criterion - success in the main activity. When girls grow up, the reasons are added, but success in the main or another activity always remains at the most important place.
What is the generally accepted criterion now? - Money. And here are two candidates: you both know nothing about both, except that one of them is a merchant or director and has a lot of money. One person has at least this potency, there is nothing to say about the second in this regard. Who to choose?
Look at the election results. Competition was only in one area in the city duma, where three gained 20-40%. All people unknown to me. Others were confidently defeated by various entrepreneurs and managers.And not even in the fraud thing. It cannot be said that the voters wanted to get an opposition competitor as their representative, but the evil power prevented them. These competitors are none. There is simply nothing to say about them in most cases.
Thirdly. Who should represent the population in the representative government? We still continue to repeat the ancient mantras, which have lost all inner meanings.
The deputy shall execute the orders of voters. What other orders? Have you ever given orders to someone? At least heard about it?
Strong business executive. And why not a strong Greco-Roman wrestler? This is also not directly related to legislative activity.
Lawyer maybe? And which of them is the people's representative? Not better than the schoolworker.
What is the subject of "presentation"?This is after all the interests of social groups.And precisely in the understanding of this representative. There is an important point. Each Wishlist of an individual voter and a set of such Wishlist are not in the interests of social groups. If you suddenly come to your candidate or deputy and state your desire to install lights in your yard, and even if you have a piece of paper with three dozen signatures, it still does not become social interests.Since you are not the spokesman and the conductor of such interests, they are strictly private.
And if you still express such interests, then you need to be a representative. And if you understand them better than this deputy, then you need to be a representative for him instead. And this understanding and the subsequent expression of purely subjective things. They are in the head and in the actions.
A voter cannot control his representative as a puppet on a string. If this is possible, then no one is a representative, but a meaningless clown. A voter cannot form and formalize his opinion on each issue at any moment, since he is not in one person.
The voter trusts and transfers his constitutional rights for governing the state to his representative in full authority. To be honest, these rights are quite conditional. They can not be used as an ordinary citizen, they can not be held in their hands. They can only be transferred to one or another representative, even without touching them. But this representative can already get a small piece and try to use it according to his own understanding.
It follows that a representative must be a person from his own environment and be a “decent person.” It's enough. Being from the environment does not mean, of course, that he has to ride a rusty escudice and work as a fireman. It should be "from the same place" and "there too." You must be sure that his motivations come from the same place your people come from. A “decent person” is simply a recognition that he is not worse than you.
Something like this, the Soviets organized the Soviets. They took according to the formal criteria milkmaids, engineers and directors with a clean biography. Something like this is the case in the United States at the lower levels of local self-government — sheriffs choose the judges in this way.
Do not think that "we" lost the election.
We gathered a super-team of the best players and went to play against Real Madrid, and the judge fiercely condemned us? - Nope. We did not enter the field. We have not collected any team. We have not tried to hit the rival's goal at least once. We stayed on the podium, and it’s not quite clear where this “we” came from.

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