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MOCICA

United and Free

Summary

1.Introduction

A democratic organisation which will allow each individual to take part in decisions which concern them. Everyone's voice must count equally.

The choices that each individual has to make could concern local decisions (for example, concerning the town/village where they reside) as well as choices which concern a larger community (for example, concerning all of Humanity).

The inhabitants of a town cannot interfere with the decisions made by the assembly of another town, but both towns will reach decisions equally if it concerns planetary decisions.

This is why it is vital to establish an organisation at each level of assemblies.

II: The level of assembly

We propose a democratic organisation of five levels of assembly (LA) which include, the smallest geographical zone to the biggest:

III: Autonomous assembly

We refer to "Autonomous assembly" as an assembly which reunites each of the members of a community and their representatives, which have in common, choices made concerning only the members of the community.

The assemblies are referred to as "autonomous" because they have their own interior regimentation and their own mode of working. They ensure the working and coordination of communities at a subjacent level.

IV: General organisation

Autonomous assembly level 1 (AA1): its region

Internal objectives:

External objectives:

Remarks

The designation of a speaker/representative is done through the assembly's decision of who it wishes to appoint: voluntary, taking turns, random selection, vote. An assembly can designate someone who volunteers and who it considers a good speaker, the same as choosing by taking turns.

Autonomous Assembly level 2 (AA2): his/her town,his/her village

Description:

An AA2 regroups together the speakers/representatives of the AA1 and represents the assembly of inhabitations of the same of living zones (town or village).

Internal objectives

External objectives

Remarks:

The designation of the speaker will be done by the assembly. The decision will be made based on: volunteers, taking turns, random selection, vote, or other. An assembly can designate someone who volunteers and who they consider to be a good "speaker", and can change at the next assembly.

The representatives/speakrs of AA1 have objectives, at the AA2 to bring the demands, propositions, initiatives or problems brought up at their respective AA1 which necessitate collaboration and the support or acceptance of the other AA1.

In no case, can the representatives make decisions, except in the case of obvious consensus.

The representatives must retransmit a summary of the AA2 to their respective AA1, which will be the priority at the next AA1. It could mean leading an action of collective aid for an area or a family in difficulty, just like the making of decisions concerning living zones (exammple: bicycle lanes, waste management, etc.)

In the case of litigation, divergence or disagreement between 2 or more AA1 about a decision made, the representatives must ensure the communication between their AA1 and look for common ground, always prioritising consensus. If this is not obtained, they will have to put a vote in place, however, they see fit, (50%+1, 2/3, 3/4, or other). They may choose to call a jury of independent citizens, chosen randomly, or any other democratic method of choice.

In the event of disagreement between 2 or more parties, the biggest number never has more power than the smaller, as long as it is possible to put in place something which will satisfy both parties.

Autonomous assembly level 3 (AA3): its resource zone

Description

An AA3 regroups all of the representatives of AA2 and represents the assembly of living zones (towns and villages) which share a common territory in terms of food resources. The zone which it represents geographically is this resource zone.

Internal objectives:

External objectives:

Remarks

The designation of the representative will be done through the assembly's decision by: voluntary basis, taking turns, random selection, vote, or other. An assembly can designate someone on a voluntary basis who they consider to be a good "representative" and can change person for the next assembly.

The representatives of the AA3 have the following objectives for the AA4, to bring up the demands, propositions, initiatives or problems of their represented AA.

In no case can the representative make a decision, except in the case of obvious consensus.

The representatives must transmit a summary of the AA3 to the represented AA1.

In the case of litigation, divergence or disagreement between 2 or more AA2 in the decision making process, the representatives must look for common ground, prioritising without failure, consensus. If this is not obtained, they will have to put a vote in place, with all the members represented by this AA3. This vote will be undertaken in the manner of their choice (50%+1, 2/3,3/4, or other). They can chose to call a jury of independent citizens, chosen randomly, or any other democratic mode of decision making.

In the case of a disagreement between 2 or more parties, the biggest number, in no case, has more power than the smallest, as long as it is possible to put in place something which satisfies both parties.

Autonomous Assembly level 4 (AA4): its cultural zone

Description:

An AA3 regroups all of the representatives of AA3 and represents the assembly of living zones (towns and villages) of the same cultural zone.

The cultural zone is geographically what are known today as nations (with future possible regroupments or other evolutions). Today, inhabitations of 2 different nations with different governments are bound by different laws and different organisations, and have a different culture. This is why, in the Free World, we think it is preferable to talk about "cultural zones" rather than nations. The mode of organisation according to GDO5 assume very few differences between the fundamentals of different cultures, and rather a certain planetary .homogeneity

The level 4 assemblies coordinate the AA3 (facilitated by one culture and one common language) and to have an intermediary level between them and the universal, planetary assembly: AA5.

Internal objectives:

External objectives:

Remarks

The designation of the representative will be done through the assembly's decision by: voluntary basis, taking turns, random selection, vote, or other. An assembly can designate someone on a voluntary basis who they consider to be a good "representative" and can change person for the next assembly.

The representatives of the AA4 have the following objectives for the AA5, to bring up the demands, propositions, initiatives or problems of their represented AA.

En aucun cas les porte-paroles ne peuvent prendre de décision, sauf en cas de consensus évident

The representatives must transmit a summary of the AA4 to the represented AA1.

In the case of litigation, divergence or disagreement between 2 or more AA3 in the decision making process, the representatives must look for common ground, prioritising without failure, consensus. If this is not obtained, they will have to put a vote in place, with all the members represented by this in this litigation. This vote will be undertaken in the manner of their choice (50%+1, 2/3,3/4, or other). They can chose to call a jury of independent citizens, chosen randomly, or any other democratic mode of decision making.

In the case of a disagreement between 2 or more parties, the biggest number, in no case, has more power than the smallest, as long as it is possible to put in place something which satisfies both parties.

Autonomous Assembly of level 5: World zone

Descritipn:

AA5 will regroup the representatives of AA4 and will represent the unique assembly of our civilisation

Objectives:

Transversal Assemblies

It is possible to envisage interdisciplinary/transversal assemblies. For example, we have proposed a type 3 level assembly according to the criteria of the territory which permits food resources to different town/village type communities. But, for example, a group, different to communities, could be united by a common energy resource. These could regroup at a transversal assembly to debate the management/distribution of this energy resource.

VI: The transition: when? how?

the transition of our actual model of GDO5 can begin from now, beginning by getting to know neighbours and inhabitations of your area. It is important to create a neighbourhood link, generalised at a planetary level, so the union of our civilisation can be complete, like a big continuous chain.

Favouring a friendly relationship is another way of speaking about the project so that others get to know about it. Little by little, as the project evolves, level one assemblies could form and get bigger in number and volume.

After, the base of GDO5 will allow the establishment of this pyramid in which decisions form the base and not the summit. It could evolve through our collective choices.

It is normal to have difficulty today imagining ourselves putting this inverse pyramid in place. In fact, we are closing a chapter of history in order to write another: it is a blank page.

It will evolve little by little and will reveal the face of our civilisation.

VII: Conclusion

GOD5 is not complete or unchangeable, it is, on the contrary, flexible, perfectible, adjustable. It can evolve into a number of new assemblies, less or superior, depending on our choices and needs.

It allows for the putting in place of all democratic organisations in the heart of its communities, according to the choices of its members.

It is essentially about a model of organisation, which invites all democratic models. It has, as an objective, to put in place a harmonious link between a multitude of diverse assemblies, each of which corresponds to an image of the community it represents.

This base, which we propose, allows all assemblies and all cultures to have their own mode of being, of working, and avoids all tensions and avoidable oppressiveness.

In this way, without the agreement or judgement of neighbouring assemblies, general coordination and agreement can grow and improve without fail.

This multitude, will have, among others, as an advantage, to put in place diverse modes of working and to allow, through experience, to know and share the most effective and beneficial.