I have just invented the pleberendum.
Every electorate sets up a LAN for optional citizen voting on legislation to be put before the house, ie: an electoral plebiscite.
The results of each electoral plebiscite then determine how that electoral member MUST vote in parliament,
A simple majority in the house, then determines the enactment, or not, of the legislation: ie, a referendum of the electorates (no two-thirds majority necessary.)
It can work and gives the people a direct input into legislation: no party line; no lobbyists; no politicians’ self interest.
Anthony Plesko, Ballina