One simple change to the way in which we’re governed, with one simple exception:
All new legislation and changes in legislation require an 80% majority vote of parliament to pass, excepting when:
- Said legislation or change in legislation grants rights/freedoms previously denied to any specific segment of the population, then only 50.1% majority is required.
I’d go for 100% consensus, but in any body greater than 1, that’s impossible.
Rather than one party spending their first 1-2 years in power working to undo the previous party’s changes because of ideological differences of opinion, they’d actually have to work together for any work to get done. This should be the natural evolution of democracy.