A Constitution for a Democracy

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2021 San Francisco Book Festival

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Rohit (Roy) Kajaria

The two basic models of democracy in the world today are the parliamentary form as practiced in the United Kingdom, and the
presidential form as practiced in the United States of America. The author analyzes each, and develops a new model that synthesizes their relative advantages while minimizing their shortcomings. The proposed constitution in this book is primarily based on the parliamentary model with some elements of the presidential form. The author has also incorporated some elements of the French, German, Japanese, and Russian constitutions in the interest of thoroughness. The result is a constitution for a democracy that is secular, accountable, efficient, and cost-effective.