digital democracy
This my proposal some kind of open source for future consideration

Democracy is obsolete. I wouldn't mind much, and that's why I imagined a more or less advanced political system. It is based on democracy, in fact it should be its new version. But since I'm not very smart, I'm not a political scientist, just a mechanical engineer, I still see the shortcomings of democracy as a political system And that is why I offer some basic ideas on how a democracy that is outdated and relies on some postulates from the 19th century should be improved. This further means that this is a kind of open project. I invite all people who think similarly to join in working on this idea. To make it more interesting in explaining my idea, I will draw a parallel in the sense that we have an outdated car and we want to replace it with some hybrid model for example But above all, I would like to give some diagnoses of the diseases of the democratic society of the 21st century

  • susceptible to corruption
  • susceptible to manipulation
  • expensive voting system
  • too long terms
  • difficult to control by citizens
These diseases are particularly pronounced in poor countries

Possible solution for thih problems should be

Digital democracy

New idea - Vote from home, on line and remove senators or goverment member(s) - if you are not satisfied
  • On line voting
  • A small number of senators
  • Direct election of ministers, senators and public prosecutors
  • Citizens should directly replace ministers (if they are not satisfied with their work)
  • Citizens should directly dismiss senators (if they are not satisfied with their work)
Step One: The concept of digital democracy

The key role of the new government would be the ministries, which would be supervised by the Prime Minister and citizens - voters. and the latter by the President. And that is quite enough and suitable for the state budget. Citizens (voters) directly elect ministers, the president of the state and a minimum number of deputies It is important that people who are not in that profession cannot be elected for ministries. To reduce the number of MPs to a minimum, they would also be from the profession they perform. A similar principle should be made at the micro level, ie. at the municipal level, ie. for the election of local authorities. Every citizen can initiate a change of government if he is not satisfied with his work.

Step two : Voting application
Powerful but sophisticated voting software needs to be created. Voting from home, electing ministers and the president of the state, ie citizens should extend their mandate by 1 year every year or replace them. This software should be resistant to external attacks (malware, viruses, etc.) and transparent and that:
Dynamics of politic
The politic should not be ended only in elections. The next main step is the active participation of citizens. Voters would follow the work of ministries and ministers and possibly initiate procedures in the form of a digital petition or something similar for dismissal - if they are not satisfied. Voters would also propose laws through digital petitions, which would then be processed by the ministry and accepted or rejected in accordance with the senators, which should be an expert body. That was just a concept.
Note I ll put this idea as open concept for further elaboration

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