EU Level = Who knows how that pointless behemoth works, but what spews out of it seems considerably less than democratic. There's nothing about them that deserves better than being thrown in the pan, and flushed.
UK Level = The jury is out until at least March 29th concerning the democracy afoot among the rabble in Westminster, but so far its not looking too hopeful. The Lords needs to go, it represents the main political parties that are already well enough represented among the rabble, and a time and life long gone. Automatically stepping in to a position of power and influence depending on whose bed you were born in or what position you hold in a largely irrelevant belief system was never much of a way to run a nation, and definitely isn't fit for purpose to run one in the 21st C.
A second or upper house is needed to provide checks and balances to the despotic and/or political driven foolishness conceived by the rabble, but it needs to represent the entire population is a fair and proportionate manner.
Scottish Level = Who knows. I consider their current state superfluous and irrelevant. They do very little, so how democratic they are is difficult to assess and of minimal importance. Either make them a full parliament, or disband them, the playing at being a parliament they've done so far is pointless. I'll worry about their contribution to democracy when they become the first one.
Local level = Its democratic insofar as we elect those who sign off on stuff, but there it ends, as what they sign off on it dictated on a Hobson's choice basis by their hired help.
Edited by Ghostrider, 15 January 2019 - 06:55 PM.