The Non-Negotiable Principles


Constitution Review

The universally recognized and aspired to non-negotiable principles that were also set out in the People's Charter

• A common and equal citizenry;
• A secular State;
• The removal of systemic corruption;
• An independent judiciary;
• Elimination of discrimination;
• Good and transparent governance;
• Social justice;
• One person, one vote, one value;
• The elimination of ethnic voting;
• Proportional representation; and
• A voting age of 18.

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