Is compulsory voting for the young the shake up democracy needs? Georgia Rigg argues that it is not.

"Compulsory voting is just putting a tiny plaster on a festering wound. Our current system is run by a tiny minority of the population, and yet the majority of the general population choose not to participate. The system must adapt, rather than the forcing the public to conform. Civic action should come from a desire for change from within, rather than forced conformity." Georgia Rigg

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