5.c.12 – How to organize the second ring?

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August 3, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti


How to organize the second ring?

Nature teaches us that when we find a formula that works, we must repeat it in order to exploit it as much as possible, just think of the sexual reproduction, the chewing of food or the stereoscopic vision. Then, we must humbly learn the proper instruction and continue on our path.
We have already implemented some basic evolutionary strategies: the cells of the first ring in fact grow up to nine members then split into two identical cells made up of five people (reproduction by fission); the members of the cell attach to one of them the task to represent them (specialization), and these representatives, we can call trustee, will in turn join to form a new body (collaboration). These new groups will be composed of people more motivated than the previous ones and their participation will be more active, just like it happens in the working groups of the modern village, and they will play a role similar to that of ancient family clans.
For this reason we’ll call Clan the Groups gathered together in the second ring through their representatives, which group will take the name of the Clan that it represent. We can immediately see that now their similarity with the clans of the past is even more apparent, because the former are formed by several Groups as the latter were formed by different families. Previously, the working groups had been limited to ten units due to the practical needs of management of the meetings, but this problem did not exist in the past, because the family clans were not democratic institutions and they could bring together only the heads of the family, as well as in the Clan the representatives are brought together. There is an almost perfect similarity between the Clan and the old families, whereas the latter remain the most natural form of human association together with the family and the tribal village; this is exactly what we wanted: a structure democratic and respectful of human nature.
In order to keep this similarity as much as possible, a future representative of the Clan must be very close to its delegators of the first ring, it is necessary therefore that he represents a whole that is not numerous, just from 15 to 30 persons. To comply with the limits that we have just set, in the second ring there will be Clans of three to five people.
In this way, all people belonging to the Groups will regularly meet their representative and also their indirect representative who often will be even be relatives. This means that with the new democratic structure about 95% of the population can delegate the management of public affairs to a relative or friend and can do so with the utmost naturalness; neither meetings nor votes are needed, or minutes or other special formalities; the delegate shouldn’t even have a particular age or a particular qualification, or a particular training curriculum: in other words 95% of the population may appoint a representative they prefer according to their personal criteria and may not be concerned about the public management without giving up protecting their own interests as they will have delegated someone close.
In such a system is not necessary to establish a minimum duration of the office of trustee or delegate, nor a time-limit; it is not even necessary to set a given number of meetings because they would be a group of people who usually meet, and who are then in a sort of permanent meeting where the delegate will always know what are his group needs.



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