Not the only one but I agree they might be the best card in hand.
That is one function it can have, and we can have tools to help with that. If TPG is not open, and doesn’t provide the tools, then is only logical to ask it to TPV.
It would be wise to try make the existent TPV or TPG to do this to avoid reinventing the wheel. But of course, if neither assume that role another alternative would be to initiate a partner organization to at least maintain strong relations.
And sorry, but what about ZS?
Yes, it is, but as many inquired from the beginning there are people who want either TPV or TPG to do more than coordinate political parties, and others that want them to do only coordination. This is obviously conflictive, and confusing. And lets think, what kind of coordination we refer to?
Yes, is absolutely necessary to make things clear, and is necessary to create the required structures if they don’t exist. And this doesn’t mean it should not be democratic or participatory, we can come with a solution that includes all the voices about what to do and what not.
Of course, it might take time for the members in the TPG to decide, but at least a response on should be given.