VJM Publishing, Summarised by Centrist
VJM suggests that the political needs and wants of New Zealand could be met by provincialisation. That is a concept of devolving political power to provincial governments.
Provinces would have the autonomy to enact laws that align with the preferences of their specific populations, potentially reducing discontent and allowing citizens to have a greater say in local affairs. Provinces with sound policies would be rewarded with internal migration and investment.
This decentralisation could address the challenges of a divided nation, where centralised political consensus is difficult to achieve, and provide a platform for diverse provinces to shape their own cultural agendas and policies on issues such as cannabis legalisation, vaccine mandates, and moral considerations.
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