Trial for a fair democracy
time-sharing eliminates domination
When we think in terms of elections, the fundamental problem of democracy, by design, is the tendency to seize and wield power.
Whether a government is a form of a coalition, an alliance, or a sufficient majority of a single party, a certain percentage that represents the society is always excluded from decision-making mechanisms for implementing their project, obtaining resources and have a chance to put their efforts into consideration (by electors) for the next election.
The meta-problem is probably caused due to the sharing of space rather than sharing of time.
Although it may not be the perfect representation, time-sharing approach may provide a higher level of representation and increase the trust of individuals who say "my vote will be wasted" or "I am not represented" in democratic institutions and the democratic system.
A For example , a party/alliance that receives 20% of the vote should have one year of the 5-year term to implement their projects, while the party that receives 40% of the vote should have two years.
hope this makes sense.
A The order of governance could randomly determined after the election. This may encourage parties to determine common goals during this election period and address their concerns on certain issues before starting the period officially. ( period of consensus )