To stop corruption, we should start to realize Liquid Unions.
Originally published at liquid-unions.wikidot.com. @ Postnational Solution Maker #HopeIsBack
Liquid Union is any legal body having projects (each is defined by its budget, its population and the needs to be supplied), where its participants are people from its population, which are regularly choosing one of the existing, or new, branches of such a project by their (prepay) personal union card, while the branches, which could also be contracted (in) small business, are financed proportionally to the amount of the served participants and where the participants can only participate in one branch in each project and can elect the personals (only up to predefined maximal period of time) for the following three committees of the union or its project:
- Board — implementing the decisions made by the participants votes,
- Control — reporting to all participants and notified by any participant, about any possible improvement in the Board implementations,
- Experts — finalizing suggestions to the participants vote suggested by any participant for any issue or projects.
The Liquid Union formation is as of any legal body, or its project or as new type of Federal Organization, such as a State or Union, like USA, Eu etc.
Participants versus Members of such liquid union: Members must also be its participant. Participant, when want, but after completing the member’s obligations, can become its member. Members’ vote can only be after all participants are notified fairly in advance and only for dissolving the liquid union/its-project or starting impeachment process against the personals of its committees.
It is made as Fair-Distributor form for (uniting) Grassroots Organization/s — a new Progressive, Democratic, Colorful/White-Labeled, way to build your Critical Mass, while joining small groups when supplying their needs. It is made for better representation and integration between different groups and individuals, while authentically scaling them selves up in a fair, participative and dynamic, but less representative and non hierarchical, model of organization.