An article by Revolution, Socialist Youth Movement
- No privileges. No official could receive more in wages than the average skilled worker.
- Rotation of official duties to stop a fixed layer of bureaucrats emerging.
- All working people were to bear arms so that the revolution could be protected from threatens from both the outside and from within.
- All power was to be in the hands of workers’ councils, whose delegates should be elected from the workplaces and working class areas, who would have to report back to mass meetings and who could be replaced by the workers at any time, not just once every five years like in British elections today.