* The closed party list system to be replaced.
* The Electoral Commission to encouragewomen, ethnic minorities, people on lower incomes, young people and independents to stand.
* The voting and candidacy age should be reduced to 16.
* Automatic voter registration at age 16 to be introduced.
* Donations from individuals and organisations to parties to be capped.
* State funding for local activity by political parties.
* Text voting or e-mail voting only after other reforms.
* 70 per cent of the House of Lords should be elected by a 'responsive electoral system' for three parliamentary terms.
* Select committees should get enhanced powers.
* Limits on power of the whips.
* Parliament should be ableto initiate legislation, launch inquiries and act on petitions.
* A decentralisation of powers.
* Local government should be able to raise taxes and administer its own finances.
*Meetings of ministers with business, including lobbyists, to be listed every month.
* All public bodies to involve the public in their policy- making processes.
* Citizens to initiate legislative processes, public inquiries and hearings into public bodies.
* Rules on plurality of media ownership to be reformed.
*Public service broadcasters to involve viewers in matters of public importance.
* MPs to be required and resourced to produce annual reports and hold AGMs.
* A new independent National Statistical and Information Service to provide information free of political spin.Reuse content