- 12 Sep 2011 17:19
I prefer to call my self a corporatvist, using the corporative system of decision-making as the foundation. (See my suggestion for a evolved form of corporativism below my signature-image)
I realize that the political solution such a system cooks up most probably will be center-oriented, but if everyone wants something else - it can drift to the left or the right, depending on the mood-swings of the corporations and the "new parliament" - which is basically the same as Mussolini`s grand council, just with more formal rules applied.
As a comparison to other systems - one cant put political systems such as "monarchy" or "parliamentarism" into a right-left box, because the system itself says little about the political program that the monarch or the parliament lands on.
But there are perhaps, some trends - I think that a pure monarchy will lean rightwards in economic questions, while a parliament will end up in center-oriented compromises.
The people as a whole, however, will become frustrated and confused by parliamentarism, due to the nature of the system - competing parties, free media, and other destructive elements.