1. Transition to a participatory and deliberative democracy

1. Transition to a participatory and deliberative democracy in order to:
- Involve society in the selection of political policies for resource management
and equitable distribution.
- Avoid weak or poor implementation of laws and strengthen the legitimacy of
the rule of law.
- Guarantee social, health and education services and the protection of the
common good of the entire population.
- Eliminate corruption and improve public management, prioritising participatory
budgets; introduce information and public administration systems that guarantee
the right to access information; transparency and accountability of governments.
- Facilitate the participation of vulnerable groups, first of all, women, in
collective decision-making, promoting democratic practices and organisations,
with effective representation, parity of men and women, in all fields.