And who decides what the "good parts" and the "bad parts" are? How does this new system simply come into being without challenging the sovereignty of the system of states?
Their one party system provides zero representation to the public though. No one elects their leaders, so the leaders don't really have to listen to any of the peoples' qualms. It also affects the courts, and the ability of people to bring challenges to the state. For instance, after the milk contamination crisis, anyone who brought challenges to the courts were blocked. People were even detained for protesting.Originally Posted by Maximus Zeebra
The system doesn't work if people's freedom is hindered and they can't express themselves, nor does it work without a sense of justice.