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Display titleSeniomeritocracy
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Page creator74.166.156.247 (talk)
Date of page creation14:45, 29 April 2007
Latest editor149.200.18.103 (talk)
Date of latest edit22:34, 13 June 2020
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Seniomeritocracy is a hypothetical variation of democracy which is posited to effective in less-developed countries and consists of assigning more votes to older people and people who have achieved higher levels of academic certification. This is based on a rationale that older people have more experience and those who have attended formalized institutional training will have a greater amount of knowledge to deal with issues such as economics and politics. The idea is that more educated people are more qualified to obtain better results when managing the common property of society (Economy) and laws (Politics). And with age, older people have "served" more years as part of society, and therefore they deserve more "say" in the common issues of the society.
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