Any citizen, male or female, in any country has at least three distinctive spheres of interests and aspirations with regard to governance and life.
These three distinctive spheres of interests and aspirations are:
- Social and environmental sphere.
- Economic and professional sphere.
- Political and ethical sphere.
In any representative system of government these three spheres of interests and aspirations must be equally well represented and cared for to maintain fair and balanced governance. No one sphere shall be allowed to dominate at the expense of others.
For this reason new real effective representative democracy must be designed to achieve the following:
- To give eligible citizens power to elect a representative in each of the three spheres of interests.
- To distribute the powers between social, economic, and political institutions.
- To redefine the composition and roles of social, economic, and political institutions.
- To achieve 50/50 participation between men and women.
- To develop effective checks and balances in legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
- To enhance division of powers and accountable performance system.
- To empower trade, and social unions and communities to protect the power of people.