Inspiration

Democracy as a term is as diverse as forms of democracy exist globally. Examples from history:

The philosopher Aristotle understood it to mean the "rule of the Vokes" - but women, slaves and non-citizens of the time were not included among the people.Not all states that have the word "democratic" in their names are democracies. The political system of democracy should meet minimum standards. Which are they? Regular free, secret, equal and general elections that allow a peaceful change of government. Au├čerdem muss eine Gewaltenteilung in Legislative (Gesetzgebung), Exekutive (Vollziehung) und Judikative (Rechtsprechung) garantiert sein. Each individual has inalienable and inviolable rights, which are defined by the article of the Basic Law (Chapter 1).

https://www.bundestag.de/gg article 1 (1) Human dignity is inviolable. It is the duty of all state authorities to respect and protect them.

(2) The German people are therefore committed to inviolable and inalienable human rights as the basis of every human community, of peace and justice in the world.

(3) The following fundamental rights bind legislation, executive power and case law as directly applicable law.

We have to ask ourself and need to define before we start to think about a tool for elections: Who are the people today? What is a democracy today?

Creating tool for elections, to help building democratic elections.

What it does

  1. How is our voting platform working on a conceptual level?
  2. What democratic system we want to implement about?
  3. What was the first democratic system?
  4. Democracy as system

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/democracy/

https://leibniz.stanford.edu/friends/

https://philpapers.org/sep/democracy/

https://www.inphoproject.org/taxonomy/2292

https://philpapers.org/

https://leibniz.stanford.edu/friends/preview/democracy/

https://plato.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/encyclopedia/archinfo.cgi?entry=democracy

REINVENT DEMOCRACY TRANSPARENCY WE NEED

  1. Human rights to vote? Who is allowed to vote by system? http://hrlibrary.umn.edu/edumat/studyguides/votingrights.html

Heart of democratic systems Systems designed to build or form groups of interested in a set of similar issues

How does it work

Blockchain backed voting system An electronic decentralized democratic system at the transnational and global sphere Disruptive: bypassing existing national democracies to reach consensus on regional, national, transnational and global issues

1) Those who are involved, can vote, all inclusive 2) Direct democracy with delegable proxy (allow citizens to choose a proxy to vote on their behalf while retaining the right to cast their own vote) Proxy chains are weighted according to the penrose method https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penrose_method)

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