People Empowering Politics


Representative Vs Presidential

Representative democracy has advantages over Presidential. Leader elects can be more easily removed from office and thus reduce the chances of creating authoritarian regimes. Cabinet is appointed by other elects, who have constituencies to defend and will more likely listen to their electorate.

There will be a maximum of 100 primary elects in council and regional levels. While state and union legislatures will support 400 members. The second chamber will be filled with 200 advisors for states and unions. Every four years half of the chambers advisors will be reappointed, by an independent commission. They would scrutinise legislation and can delay legislation for six month, one year or two years, except money bills.

If there is a majority in both chambers (double majority) legislation can pass immediately. An equal chamber majority is where PC members or worth one point, while SC members are worth two (six months). Unequal chamber majority is where both member types are worth one point (one year). If there is no combined majority of any kind and only from the primary chamber, the delay is two years. SC members can veto legislation that directly affects parliament/congress.

There will be four presidents and they will be ranked, Senior, Vice, Deputy, and Junior. At the beginning of each state and union terms they will select a new president. They will serve sixteen-year terms with one replacing the other and going up in rank. They will have a ceremonial role in being a cultural leader and as a last resort resetting the political system.

For councils and regions, they will have one mayor serving a four-year term, which can be renewed. This is because councils and regions are closer to their populations, with regions acting as small country sized territories. Unlike states who have multiple cultural identities.

If someone has been elected, selected or appointed they can never be a member of the other two. This is to protect the separate and unique functions of those political branches. Community leaders will be elected locally and will deal with constituency case work.

Levels of Government

There will be four levels of government, council, region, state, and union. There are no limits to the number of councils and regions being created. Each level will have its own election year, meaning four year fixed terms. Voting age and full adulthood will be sixteen.




Leader Elect

Local Authority



Head Councillor



Assembly Member

First Member



Minister of Parliament

Prime Minister




High Representative

The ten unions will be North America, Central America, South America, European, Euro Asia, North Africa, South Africa, Middle Asia, North Asia and South Asia. There will also be three Sphere Associations American, Euro-Africa and Asian.

Each state and union would send one ambassador to their respective association and the world assembly. Unions can veto if most of their ambassadors vote against.

The Mercator Projection

The Gall and Peter Projection

Union Configuration

All territories have an effective social range, in which peoples are willing to work together for collective prosperity and mutual security. Each of the four states within each union will have similar levels of economic activity and standards of living.

From a cultural standpoint eight states would make more sense, but practically it doesn't seem to work. The senior half would have a strong leading culture and unite their geographical space, while the junior half is normally more fragmented.

The benefits of creating such a large state are economies of scale and having the military capability to defend yourself. Even if that requires a "marriage" of two cultural identities working together and creating a "super state".

Each state would be given the same amount of representation regardless of population. There will be certain protections for states that are more independent and not wanting to be part of a federal union.

If over 50pc of actual independent state elects vote against a piece of legislation, a total legislature super majority must be created, that is greater than the states vetoing percentage. If the independent state vetos a piece of legislation, the federation can revote for their use only, unless it will directly affect all members.

Legislature Elections

Alternative vote (AV) elections will take place for all positions. When selecting legislature leaders and presidents the top four supported candidates will be put forward. This will be done by legislature share, so every 25pc will entitle you to a candidate, or the next largest party/coalition. For party leaders the top four supported candidates are put on the ballot.

For associations and the world assembly, each state and union will put forward a candidate. States within each union will select one of their candidates. For associations each unions choice is ranked. Then the world assembly ranks each associations choice. There will be four Presiding Officers for councils and regions, with Speakers for parliament and congress.

Elects will be given "additional" pay when in government or committee. This is considered a separate payment on top of their elects pay, meaning no severance.