Name: Praveen Arimbrathodiyil
Name: Prakash Raj
Constituency: Bangalore Central
Name: Aswathi Rajappan
Constituency: Ernakulam, Kerala
Name: Kanhaiya Kumar
Constituency: Begusarai, Bihar
Constituency: Idukki, Kerala
No one asked us how we think this world should be. We should no longer accept what we supposedly cannot change. Instead, we need to change what we cannot accept. So we are remaking this world the way we think it should be - based on Equality, Democracy and Transparency!
More about Indian Pirates:
We recommend you to read the Indian Pirates Constitution to know more.
We're sure that you are so desperate to bring changes to the society. So are we! Don't hesitate anymore, join the Indian Pirates and bring the changes yourself.
Direct Democracy, Transparency and Loyalty to the Principles rather than to the leaders make the Indian Pirates different from the hundreds of political parties and groups out there.
Direct Democracy or Participatory Democracy means that every member has equal voice and say in any decision making. Direct democracy is one of the basic principles of the Indian Pirates. The structure is flat as compared to normal hierarchical structure, i.e. all the members are on the same level, no one is over or below. There will be no supreme authority which will make decision and also there will not be any blind followers. Here everyone has equal rights, voice and say in every decision.
The whole discussions and decisions of the Indian Pirates are publicly accessible. The discussions usually take place at online forum called codema.in (a Loomio instance hosted by FSCI). Anyone who visits the Indian Pirates group on codema.in can view the discussions that went into each decision. There is nothing called closed door discussions or high level decisions.
The Indian Pirates expect loyalty to the basic principles and the constitution rather than the loyalty to the leaders or the party. This implies that no one should blindly follow what is said, rather question everything and if found anything violating the basic principles of the Indian Pirates, oppose them.
We aim to spread our principles of Human Rights, Social Justice and Direct Democracy to the masses by contesting in the elections. Our main aim throughout the campaign will be to convey our ideas of how Indian Pirates are different from the existing political parties. Direct democracy and transparent discussions and policies being the key differentiators.
We are contesting the upcoming general elections to Lok Sabha and we need your support. We require money for the following:
If you can't contribute money, that doesn't mean you can't be part of our campaign. What we need is your true support more than anything else. You can help by:
|Jyothis Jagan||Rs. 500/-|
|Rajeesh KV||Rs. 2500/-|
|Aneesh A||Rs. 5000/-|
|Priyadarshan KP||Rs. 500/-|
|Via Our Democracy crowd funding page (as on 23rd April 2019)||Rs. 44,496/-*|
* This includes Rs.5,296/- left over from Kerala Assembly Election 2016.
|04th April 2019||Election Deposit||Rs. 25,000/-|
|11th April 2019||Co-Operative press (Notice)||Rs. 2,128/-|
|12th April 2019||Mahathma press (Visiting card)||Rs. 251/-|
|16th April 2019||Mahathma press (Visiting card)||Rs. 899/-|
|17th April 2019||Mahathma press (Multi-color Notice)||Rs. 3920/-|
|20th April 2019||Mahathma press (Notice)||Rs. 2867/-|
|23rd April 2019||Our Democracy platform fees||Rs. 6108/-|
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