Wednesday, 21 September 2011

British Party, Economic Policies: Social Contract

Social Contract
Factories and production sites in general may be owned privately or in a share-holding system, but the owner or share-holding executives may not transfer the production abroad or employ foreign workers in place of British people.

The social contract guarantees that the workers have the right to employment in their own Country within the spheres of production that are available. These productive facilities may not be transferred out of the Country or become inaccessible to British citizens.

The social contract upholds the basic value that private or share ownership within the Country's economy cannot be to the exclusive benefit of the owners of a productive establishment or business. In return for the advantages of private or share ownership, the owners must offer available work to the local population on whose territory the productive business is situated.

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