5.c.11 – What is the role of representatives?

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August 2, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti


What is the role of representatives?

The groups of the first ring should communicate with each other the hardships they share, but also the ideas, projects and perhaps the first solutions that arise from their activities: these must be collected and compared, and then further discussed; these tasks belong to their representatives.
It is good to remember that there are two ways to represent someone:
– to accurately report the decision taken by delegators
– to make the decision instead of delegators.
It is obvious that it is the delegator, in our case the group, who chooses how it wants to be represented, according to the issue dealt with or to the context.
Returning to the graphical representation of the concentric democracy, we can note that the outer ring has changed its appearance: no longer a circle made up of individuals, but a ring composed of a smaller number of basic groups (which henceforth we will simply call Groups) for each of which we will have a representative in the second ring.
To be designated as representatives by four relatives or friends in a Group, it is clear that no expensive nor irritating campaigns are needed, nor frequent and boring elections; just a simple expression of will is needed, and as such may be changed at any time, as we are already accustomed to do to choose, for instance, a family doctor.
The State has already associated us with a code that uniquely identifies us; to create an institutional database to manage the composition of our Groups of the first ring and their representatives is truly a child’s play that can be achieved at virtually no cost. Every citizen could then access that database and change with the utmost comfort their preference for the representative (according to the delegations already received by the person chosen) or the Group through an interface very simple and intuitive to use through the computer or dedicated workstations made available at municipal offices or other public institutions.
With this first step of the new system, 80% of the population could ignore politics, but would have at home his representative, i.e. a person who, besides being worthy of the utmost trust, would also be available daily to confront on the priorities of the problems to solve, problems that actually he also lives together with the persons he represents. It should be noted once again that not everyone has the time, the passion or the capacity for being interested in politics, however, with the Groups we avoid that people are marginalized from politics, because everyone has the opportunity to contribute if he wants.




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