52) We Live In Representative, but Non representing, Democracies

In any vote, void representation is of all opposing voters plus all abstentions from that voting. Normally, in the democracies we know, the ruling power represents only minority smaller than the void representation. This problem of democratic decision by majority while neglecting the rest, is increased exponentially when is practiced in some layer of such decision making:

  • when 2 decide as majority for 3 with 1/3=0.333 neglection
  • and those 3 decide as majority for 5 with 3/5=0.600 neglection
  • and those 5 decide as majority for 9 with 7/9=0.778 neglection
  • and those 9 decide as majority for 17 with 15/17=0.882 neglection
  • and those 17 decide as majority for 33 with 31/33=0.939 neglection
  • and those 33 decide as majority for 65 with 63/65=0.969 neglection

This lead us to such problems for which here is a solution.

The problem - credibility crisis in the societies claiming to represent us,
where (A+B>C) the electorate ratio of those who did not vote plus the voters against the elected ones is greater than of the voters for the elected who are governing, democratically or not, directly or by representative, but already never representing the electorate majority.

The solution (known as liquid union) - allocating any project's budget proportionally to the number of participants in the project's branches, where the project uses its budget to satisfy specific needs of all the participants from the population specified in it.

  • This is for making the union's governing more efficient, helpful, fair and reliable, while preventing corruptible positions in the governing, where the participators are consumer or the needy ones, who are active more in choosing the outcome of product/service and less in the decision making processes or in the personals making it, which are more complex in their nature.

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