According to the trustee model of representation, legislators are entrusted with a duty to __. The theory is that the people elect someone they trust and believe will represent their interests in office.
This model has been criticized for its lack of accountability on behalf of the legislator or representative, as well as its tendency to produce poor legislation because it does not require lawmakers to take into account all perspectives.
Conclusion: The trustee model of representation is a system in which representatives are elected or appointed to act on behalf of the people.
Legislators who represent other legislators have been criticized for not holding them accountable and having too much power with no accountability.
This can lead to bad legislation because they don’t need to take into account all perspectives that may be affected by their decisions.