To start, the GDO allows people to be part of making the decision that affect them.
As a consequence, the choices that people make could concern both local and global choices.
Furthermore, people who live in one town won’t have a say in the choices made in another town. However, everyone should make decisions about humanity in an equal way. This is why it is necessary to define different levels of assemblies.
This is where the non-market organisation proposed by MOCICA comes in: putting in place a Global Democratic Organisation, or an GDO.
To begin, the first level of the assembly is the neighbourhood zone (optional). This can correspond to a neighbourhood, a residential area, a building, etc.
Secondly, the second level of the assembly is the commune. This corresponds to a village or a town. Therefore, assemblies could be citizens or themes (for example; the health sector, teaching, research, maintenance.)
Then, the third level is the resource zone. This corresponds to a region. This zone also deals with the management of resources.
The fourth level of the assembly is the cultural zone. This corresponds to a community of the same cultural origins, which today means a nation.
To finish, the 5th level of the assembly is the Global zone. Therefore, this corresponds to a group of Global zones.