Presumed Dead is political crime fiction thriller that explores this question within a Westminster System government.
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Growth can benefit some groups at a cost to others. Can governments balance these interests? The political crime fiction novel Presumed Dead has a story about how various interests in a large development were brought into balance. The author’s larger picture is here: https://wp.me/P1z4yo-5j
“The political parties are there to distract us from our systems of government; instead of focusing on the system, we focus on political parties to vote for.
Voting is our only encouraged interaction with our systems of government.
The choice between political parties fractures our nations yet further, turns our focus on each other, and away from the mechanisms of our systems of government.”
― Haroutioun Bochnakian
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Politics is the process of making decisions that apply to members of a group. It refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance—organized control over a human community, particularly a state.
In the political crime fiction novel Presumed Dead, many of the characters are politicians and the setting is government and the legislature. https://wp.me/P1z4yo-n