Our missions

Our goal: To achieve direct democracy (people's power) in a state with a polyarchic system of power. Our concept is developed on the basis of accurate mathematical calculations of the world-famous Nobel laureates, such as John Forbes Nash, Kenneth Errow, Wilfredo Pareto. 

Democracy is a political regime based on a method of collective decision-making with equal impact of the participants on the outcome of the process or on its essential stages.

Polyarchy is a political system based on open political competition of various groups in the struggle for voter support.

How can we achieve this goal? 

It is not necessary to change the structure of government. By changing the election system of the governing elite to the election system of people’s representatives in the government structure, the regime of government automatically changes, the outdated political system will be changed to a democratic one, without radical changes in the structure of government.

Pareto efficiency: 

- In economics there is a term Pareto efficiency- is the state of allocation of resources from which it is impossible to reallocate so as to make any one individual or preference criterion better off without making at least one individual or preference criterion worse off.

- The public good has a certain level of political stability and security of the population. 

- In reality, we see that 1% of the country's population has concentrated some of its public goods in their hands, while the other 99% are satisfied with what remains. 

- This fact alone clearly demonstrates the failure of the polyarchy, which is a sign of political and social crisis not only in Ukraine, but also in the EU countries that consider themselves "democratic". 

- Polyarchy theorists consider excessive concentration and centralization of power to be a significant obstacle to democracy.

Transformation of the polyarchy into democracy: 

- The choice of the maximum number of managers directly by the people for the shortest period of time makes it impossible to repeat complete sets of managers with their unchanged strategies. 

-  What prevents people from directly electing public managers, managers and supervisors and re-electing them in a year's time - what would be the guarantee that they would perform the functions of the Pareto Optimum? The answer is obvious: the unconsciousness of the causal problems. The artificially created system of conspiracy of real problems, distraction of attention of citizens of "democratic" countries to artificially created problems complicates understanding of causal problems. A true sign of conspiracy is the tumultuous discussions in the media on pseudo-problems without proposing solutions. 

What prevents people from directly electing public managers, managers and supervisors and re-electing them in a year's time - what would be the guarantee that they would perform the functions of the Pareto Optimum? The answer is obvious: the unconsciousness of the causal problems. The artificially created system of conspiracy of real problems, distraction of attention of citizens of "democratic" countries to artificially created problems complicates understanding of causal problems. A true sign of conspiracy is the tumultuous discussions in the media on pseudo-problems without proposing solutions.

- The most important "safeguard" of democracy should be the annual (at first stages) re-election of people's representatives of each branch of government by at least 10 at each level of government. The total number of years in power of individual representatives may remain traditional, provided that they are re-elected by their people on a regular basis.

- Practical implementation can be carried out through a social contract and (or) a referendum.

Practical demonstration of changes in state governance: 

Direct elections of the central government:

 

  • Term of office up to 3 years

  • President with the functions of control of the Constitution

  • Commander-in-chief

  • Term of office from 1 to 2 years

  • Chief Justice and Court Members

  • Attorney General and members of the board

  • Head of the Security Service

  • Head of the Anti-Corruption Department

  • Head of the Special Prosecutor's Office

  • Head of the Bureau of Investigation

  • Prime Minister

  • Minister of Government Property

  • Minister of Finance

  • Minister of Health

  • Minister of Police

  • Education Minister

  • Head of the Central Election Commission (CEC) and its members

  • Legislative Deputies

  • Head of Central Bank and his deputies

  • Head of Antimonopoly Authority

  • Head of public media and members of media regulatory institutions

 

Direct elections of regional authorities:

 

  • Term of office from 1 to 2 years

  • Governor

  • Judges

  • Attorneys

  • Representatives of the regional legislature

  • Head of Police

  • Head of Healthcare

  • Head of Education

  • Head of Public Property Management

  • Head of Land Administration

  • Head of Election Commission and its members

  • Head of Public Media

 

 

Direct elections of local government:

 

  • Term of office from 1 to 2 years

  • Mayors or Heads of Communities

  • Attorneys

  • Judges

  • Executive Representatives

  • Healthcare Committee

  • Education Committee

  • Head of Collective Property Management

  • Head of Land Administration

  • Head of the Election Commission and its members

  • Head of Public Media