SIMPOL: a smaller party ? No – a political strategy offering you two votes . . .
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Simpol invites citizens to use their votes in a particular way to influence politicians towards accepting and ultimately implementing global justice policies.
They are actually offered the chance of TWO votes. The SECOND vote is the one electors have on May 7th and it’s fine as far as it goes, but it won’t do much to solve urgent global problems. By signing the Simpol Petition BEFORE May 7th, the elector gets a FIRST vote.
The Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign invites citizens in the UK, and citizens around the world, to use votes in a powerful new way to encourage politicians to solve global problems, including:
- financial market regulation,
- corporate tax avoidance
- environmental destruction,
- social injustice
- climate change,
- and global poverty.
Simultaneous implementation of the relevant policies would ensure that no country became uncompetitive as a result of pursuing policies that were right for the planet and which embodied people’s higher aspirations.
To read about MEPs and MPs who have signed click on these links:
We find that Simpol is also active in these countries:
Simpol Norway. Contact: Tore Hofstad
Simpol Netherlands. Contact: Tijmen Brozius
Simpol Italy. Contact: Gianpaulo Guglielmone
Simpol Iceland. Contact: Arni Karlsson
Simpol Germany http://neweranetwork.info/2014/03/22/news-from-john-bunzl-4/ (co-ordinator Dirk Weller, left)
Simpol Portugal: http://pt.simpol.org.
Candidates standing in signatories’ constituencies will be immediately informed that on May 7th these voters will be giving preference to those that support Simpol, to the probable exclusion of those who don’t. If they want these votes, they’ll see the need to confirm their support for Simpol before the election!
Simpol invites all to sign the Simpol Petition now to vote for global justice; to vote to drive all politicians towards cooperating globally.
Posted on February 4, 2015, in Democracy, Economy, Environment, Finance, Military matters, MPs, Planning and tagged Climate change, corporate tax avoidance, environmental destruction, financial market regulation, global justice policies, global poverty, MEPs, Simpol Petition, social injustice, War. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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