5.c.25 – Can we sum everything up in a graph?

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August 16, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti

Can we sum everything up in a graph?

It’s now time to pull the threads of what we said in this chapter and to outline the new democratic structure by taking as example a Western country whose official figures tell us that the last elections had 47,126,326 voters.

   

INFORMAL RINGS

     
FIRST RING
(Groups)
   
       
     47.126.326   Adults who gather in groups of 5 to 9 members
       
                      7   Members who in average form a group and appoint a Trustee
       
         6.732.332   Groups representing on average 7 peoplethat need to express their discomfort to their Trustees
       
       
SECOND RING
(Clans)
   
       
         6.732.332   Trustees who meet Clan made of 3 to 5 members
       
                      4   Average members that form a Clan and who appoint a Trustee
       
         1.683.083   Clans representing an average of 28 personswhich should list the problems considered the cause of the discomfort felt bythe first ring to the respective Trustees
       
       
THIRD RING
(Villages)
   
       
         1.683.083   Trustees who meet in Villages made of 5 to 9 members
       
                      6   Members who are on average a Village,appoint a team of experts choosing in the outer ringsand appoint a Director who coordinates the Team of expertsto be sent to the fourth ring
       
            280.514   Villages that represent on average 168 peoplethat should frame the issues to be entrusted to the respective Delegates
       
       
FOURTH RING
(Alliances)
   
       
  280.514   Teams that gather in Leagues of 7 to 13 villages through the delegates
       
             10   Delegates to form on average a League,appoint a team of experts choosing them in the outer ringsand appoint a Delegate who coordinates the team of expertsto be sent to the fifth ring
       
              28.052   Alliances representing an average 1680 people andwhich should select the problems to be presented, in order of priority,to the respective Delegates
       
       
       
     

INSTITUTIONAL RINGS

       
FIFTH RING
(Suburb)
   
       
              28.052   Teams who meet Villages from 7 to 13 Leagues through the Delegates
       
                    10   Delegates who form on average a Suburb,appoint a Team of experts choosing within the outer ringsand appoint a Delegate who coordinates the team of expertsto be sent to the sixth ring
       
                2.805   Suburbs representing an average of 16,800 people andthat must study the solutions to problems, implement these solutionsto local problems and present to their Delegates the possible solutionsto collective problems
       
       
       
       
SIXTH RING
(Contradas)
   
       
                2.805   Teams that come together in Contradas made of 7 to 13 villages through their Delegates
       
                    10   delegates to form on average a Contrada,
      appoint a Team of experts in choosing within the outer ringsand appoint a Delegate who coordinates the Team of expertsto be sent to the seventh ring
       
                    280   Contradas representing an average of 168,000 people andthat need to refine and arrange the hypothesis of solutions fromfifth ring, apply these solutions to the problems of their own territorial competence
and present to their delegates the possible solutions
to problems having wider extent
       
       
SEVENTH RING
(Provinces)
   
       
  280   teams who meet in Province made of 7 to 13 Contradas through their Delegates
       
  10   Contradas that on average form a Province,appoint a Team of experts choosing them within the outer ringsand appoint a team of 10 Legislators with different and predefined skillsto be sent to the Outer Legislative Center
       
       
  28   Provinces which represent on average 1,680,000 people andthat need to refine and plan the possible solutions coming from the sixthring, apply solutions to such problems of the Province
and submit to their Legislators the possible solutions to
regional and national problems
       
       
       
       
       
     

CENTRAL RINGS

       
OUTER LEGISLATIVE CENTER
(Regions)
   
       
                28   Teams who meet into 7 Province Regions
       
  10   Legislators for each team with different and defined skills
       
  280   Legislators divided into  Legislative thematic Sections with 28 membersFurther divided into 4 regional groups
       
       
                    7   Provinces forming the Regions
       
                    4   Regions that on average represent 11,760,000 people andthat need to refine and manage the possible solutions coming fromseventh ring, apply these solutions to regional problemsand formulate law proposals having national effectiveness for the Internal Legislative Center to which they send their team
       
       
       
       
       
INTERNAL LEGISLATIVE CENTER
(Nation)
   
       
                    4   Teams of Legislators that represent the whole Nation
       
                  10   Legislators for each team, with different and defined thematic skills
       
  40   Legislators divided in thematic Legislative Sections Legislative made of 4 members
       
                      1   Chamber representing the whole national population, which has to coordinate
      the work done by the former ring, in order to reach an agreement on law
      proposals coming from the Outer Legislative Center, to implement the selected
      solutions to national problems and to maintain the relations with the Executive Center
       
EXECUTIVE CENTER    
       
  10   Ministries with different thematic skills
       
  10   Ministries drawn from the 280 Legislators of the Outer Legislative Center
       
  10   Pairs of Technicians and Mediators for consulting purpose (one for each Ministry)also drawn with the same system
       
       
       
PALACE OF JUSTICE     
       
  1   Body independent from the Legislative Center and the Executive Center
       
  1   Person in charge drawn among the 28 members of the Legislative Justice Section of the Outer Legislative Center
       
       
  4   Pairs Technicians and Mediators selected one for each region for consulting purpose, also drawn with the same system
       
       
LEGISLATURE    
       
                      4   Years of charge for Legislators and Administratorsthat cannot be dismissed by the ring that appointed them
       
       
INTERMEDIATE VERIFICATIONS    
       
                      1   after two years of term
      through which the entire adult population to vote to confirm or remove
      each  minister, the Head of the Palace of Justiceand the individual thematic Legislative Sections
       

 

            It can be added that in this system both the preferences for choosing the representative and the confirmation votes of midterm reviews are evident; everyone can check on the institutional software whether his position reflects his expression of will, and then the problem of electoral fraud would be finally solve. Also can be noted that political parties no longer have reason to exist and that they are not the referents of economic powers, which will have to start to rely on their entrepreneurial skills rather than on corruption. It is finally clear that any citizen, once arrived the third ring thanks to the confidence of his family and close friends, with only five steps can aspire to the office of Legislator.

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