For the most part, Local Sovereignty adheres to the principle that every members’ vote is equal. However, in order to ensure that later members do not take the pary in a direction incompatible with its original values, the people who contribute to getting it established have some additional rights, in that:
The party’s primary reforms (Spontaneous Democracy, Sovereign Juries, Local Autonomy and Coherent Law) are not open to being dropped, added to or significantly amended by the party’s members against the wishes of the party’s principal founder or a 2-to-1 supermajority of the founding members* or a majority of the original members.*
The party’s secondary reforms (Ranked Voting, Selective Empowerment and Separation of Powers) are not open to being dropped, added to or significantly amended by the party’s members against the unanimous wishes of the party’s founding members or a 2-to-1 supermajority of the original members.