Smart Emerging Constitutions

The structure of third millennium emerging democratic constitutions must be “smartly” designed.  Larger participant numbers are needed in the congress and presidency.  This leads to greater popular identification, consensus, and public trust of government.

A multiple-vote president executive of 5 to 9 presidents “balances” autocratic and corrupt tendencies prevalent in “new” democratic executive branches.  Multiple presidents monitor internal corruptions and election fraud in simple self-interest.

Large congressional bodies similarly mitigate corruption and election frauds. 26,600 citizens per congressperson is the representation ratio of the American revolution and the first congress.  This “starter” ratio is very stable and known to work.  For example the 352 Afghan assembly, increased to 1055 seats offers more stable governance and consensus.  Karzai style corruption is not possible in a five voting president executive.

New democracies must be “participant/representative” heavy to overcome the inertia of democratic startup and overcome corruption, instability, and autocratic tyranny.

Democratic structures starting “smart” will survive and succeed more often.

Bad service requires more waiters. Fires everywhere requires more fighters. Crime requires more police. Elected oligarchy requires more congresspersons. Elected monarchy requires more presidents. America lacks governance? Keep the congress and add 11k more. Keep the president and add 8 more. Democracy disperses power. Autocracy consolidates power. Step it up, America.  Be proactive. Check out plan-b.

Citizen is coach to team democracy.  Coach is responsible for success.  It’s your call, coach.

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2 Responses to Smart Emerging Constitutions

  1. Steven Cook says:

    I have an idea, regionalism. We already have regions (New England, Mid Atlantic, South, Great Lakes, Plains, South West, Pacific, etc.) that could assume a greater amount of autonomy through interstate coalitions. The regions could better define local issues across a broad area. Basically Red, Blue and Purple states could have differing social norms that are broadly based and supported by the commerce clause and interstate regulation. One example would be Gay Marriage but a better one would be health care, allowing regions to implement market based or government based solutions as their citizens see fit.

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