Declaration of the Peoples of the World on the step-by-step transition to a reasonable and fair world order
In view of the global crisis of governance on the scale of humanity, and:
– The globalization of the management of financial, media, medical, educational, cultural, and scientific institutions, making it impossible for different systems of governance, social formations, and socially relevant ideas to compete;
– The failure of individual states, governments, and international organizations to put into practice the provisions of the instruments constituting the International Bill of Human Rights;
– The steady deterioration of the quality of human rights and the quality of life in the world;
– Degradation of the judicial, executive, and legislative systems, health care, education, pensions and other social institutions;
– Misuse by governments of digital control over individual privacy through electronic communications
– The lack of equal opportunities for access to public decision-making because of the development of technology to manipulate the masses through the media and pseudo-public organizations and political parties affiliated with the ruling and global elites
– An extreme level of lying in the media; nepotism in the authorities; corruption elevated to the level of state policy in terms of its influence on the system of elections and socially important decision-making
– Affiliation through political parties and the actual subordination of local authorities to the vertical of power, the loss of their true purpose;
– The absence of full-fledged mechanisms of control by the people over the authorities;
– The lack of practical possibilities for electors to withdraw their electors from representative authorities;
– The inability of the currently accepted system of governance to adequately address the real needs of the people and peoples of the world
– The lack of willingness on the part of states and governments to recognize the challenges outlined above and the lack of intention to deal with them
in order to:
– recognition of the direct legal personality of human beings;
– the practical enjoyment of human rights at all levels of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government;
– the return to Man, as a subject of international law, of all assets, securities, money, property, land and any other property belonging to him that has been expropriated from him by unlawful acts;
– the maximum improvement of the quality of life and welfare of Man and the People, returning the benefits directly to Man and the People.
– the gradual, legally achieved removal from all levels of government of the adherents of the discredited old system of government and electoral systems;
– the prohibition of the institution of political parties as an instrument of political manipulation by the ruling elites
– eliminating the threat of global and local wars;
– ensuring healthy competition of socially significant ideas and systems of governance and social formations that can guarantee the sustainable progressive development of humanity as an integral sensible civilization;
– ensuring the preservation in future generations of the intellectual, moral, and spiritual heritage of mankind;
– ensuring that all civilization understands the need for human settlement in space and that humanity concentrates its efforts in science and production to achieve this goal so as to avoid the probable destruction of humanity on Earth as a result of negative natural or technogenic factors.
We, the peoples of the world, have decided to proclaim this Declaration.
Article 1. Under the conditions of globalization of financial flows, the perfection of technologies of information manipulation, control over a person by means of telecommunications, application of political technologies inaccessible to ordinary people, and other tricks of ruling elites, the former methods of elections to representative authorities have lost their meaning and turned into a de facto assignment to positions of puppets controlled by masters of global finance, media, corporations, power structures and political technologists working for them.
Article 2. In all countries of the world, the withdraw by the electorate of deputies of all levels, judges, heads of political parties, and heads of states from their posts is actually impossible in practice and often is impossible under the law in principle. The percentage of withdraw of those elected to representative power in so-called «elections» is close to zero. The ways in which members of representative authorities are elected and recalled are therefore recognized as flawed and in need of complete change.
Article 3. In view of the failure of the ruling elites to make any plans to change the electoral systems commonly accepted in the world today towards greater fairness and reasonableness, we, the peoples of the world, declare a change in the electoral system at all levels and branches of representative authority, in all countries of the world, and embark upon fair elections to the civil society structures established independently of the ruling elites under the new system outlined in the present Declaration.
Article 4. Along with the elections to the new structures of civil society, we proclaim the beginning of the construction of a new fair system of government, based on a new system of elections and new structures of civil society. The new system of government is called the «Circle of Truth.»
Article 5. The structural subdivisions of a system of fair world order conducive to the practical implementation of this Declaration are a system of Local Government Headquarters (hereafter referred to as LSG Headquarters), Regional Headquarters, and Central Headquarters. LSG headquarters are usually established in accordance with the municipal division, according to the principle of one municipality, one LSG headquarters. If several LSG Headquarters are established in one of the regions (region, republic, etc.), they have the right to merge into a regional Headquarters, and several regional Headquarters may merge into a Central Headquarters. Headquarters at all levels (hereafter Headquarters) are a form of civil society.
Article 6. Headquarters are popular informal associations of the inhabitants of a given territory, operating to give practical effect to this Declaration. Official registration of the Headquarters at the state level is not required, as the Headquarters shall operate in the international legal field. The activities of the Headquarters shall be exclusively peaceful and lawful, based primarily on the Charter of the Circle of Truth and the International Bill of Human Rights.
Article 7. In connection with the provisions set forth in the Preamble of this Declaration, we, the peoples of the world, resolve by this Declaration, to hold elections to Headquarters by free electing in accordance with Article 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Article 8. The free electing procedure for elections to Headquarters shall be known as «live electing». A live vote is an essential instrument for a reasonable and fair world order, which eliminates all the negative factors set forth in the Preamble of this Declaration and contributes to the practical realization of its objectives.
Live electing is a continuous procedure that involves transferring elector’s electors to their representatives or withdrawing previously transferred electors by means of a personal statement of the elector (at any time at the elector’s request, but not more than once a day) in which he transfers or withdraws his elector from a representative in order to form the Headquarters governing bodies by these representatives. By transferring his elector, the elector also vests his representative with the powers listed in this Declaration and in the personal statement of the elector, and by withdrawing his elector, he returns his elector and powers to himself as a direct participant in the work of the Headquarters and may use them again as he sees fit. The procedure for the transfer and withdrawal of the elector’s elector and authority is inseparable, the elector and authority are only transferred or withdrawn jointly and are hereinafter referred to as the transfer or withdrawal of the elector ‘s elector.
Live electing ensures the fairest possible formation of representative bodies within the Headquarters at any given time, and if the Headquarters are recognized by the authorities, the Headquarters must extend the live electing procedure and exercise control over it in the representative body elections.
Representatives of Headquarters are also entitled to transfer the electors they hold to other representatives, with representatives who have transferred their electors to other representatives formally retaining their status as representatives, but with zero electors.
If a representative loses all the electors of his constituents, he loses his status as a representative. However, he or she may participate in the work of the Headquarters as a direct participant or as a voter.
No further complication of the procedure for the transfer and withdrawal of votes may be introduced, except on the basis of a personal declaration by the elector or representative. No complication of the procedure for the withdrawal of electors with respect to the transfer procedure is permissible. The declaration of transfer or withdrawal of electors is also a form of ballot paper (ballot paper).
There are three categories of participants in the Headquarters: direct participants, electors and representatives. Only adult men and women may be participants and representatives. Electors may also be minor children whose electors are used by their joint parents in accordance with this Declaration.
A direct participant, who has not transferred his or her vote by means of a live electing procedure, shall elector directly at meetings, elections, and referendums by his or her own elector alone if such voting is provided for by the procedure.
In order to encourage more children in families who have adopted this Declaration and to take into account the interests of children (under the age of 18), if both parents (mother and father) have adopted this Declaration, they shall be entitled to transfer to each other or to a representative their electors and those of all their minor children jointly. That is, if one parent, as elector, has transferred his elector to the other as a representative, he has the right to transfer the electors of all their common minor children to that representative as well. If both parents have transferred their electors to a single representative, one of the parents may also transfer the electors of all their common minor children to that representative. The electors of parents and children may not be transferred separately to different representatives.
At all meetings, electors, referendums, elections and any decisions taken by any Headquarters bodies, the representatives shall always elector with all the electors they have received through the live electing procedure. These electors shall be counted in the results of any ballot as if each elector had been cast separately.
Article 9. Only one LSG Headquarters may be established in each specific local area (municipality, locality, etc.).
An LSG Headquarters is established at a constituent meeting of representatives, and direct participants by initial registration of applications from electors, representatives and direct participants on the basis of this Declaration and the Regulations of the LSG Headquarters. Representatives and direct participants who participate in the constituent meeting of the LSG Headquarters become members of the Executive Committee (Executive Committee) of the LSG Headquarters and share the duties of registrars and members of the Executive Committee according to the Regulations of the LSG Headquarters. The representatives with the highest number of electors have priority for members of the Executive Committee.
Article 10. In the case of the establishment of several LSG headquarters on the territory of an administrative-territorial unit of the state (region, oblast, territory, republic, etc.), the LSG headquarters may merge into a regional headquarters, retaining the same principles of forming regional headquarters as for the formation of LSG headquarters, that is, by means of live electing and by delegating to the regional headquarters the representatives who receive the most electors. The Region Headquarters operates on the basis of the Regulation on the Region Headquarters.
When the Region Headquarters is established, the live electing procedure is launched separately. A precondition for participation in the Region Headquarters is that the participants in the Region Headquarters have their permanent residence in the territory of the Region.
The Region Headquarters shall consist of two chambers: The Territorial Council and the Regional Council of an equal number of representatives. The Council of the Territories shall include representatives from specific municipalities in the region, and the Council of the Region shall include representatives residing in any municipality within the region. Details of the formation of the Council of Territories and the Council of Regions shall be laid down in the Regulations of the Region Headquarters, but the general principles of their formation shall not be in conflict with those laid down in this Declaration.
Article 11. In the case of the establishment of more than one Regional Headquarters on the territory of a state, the Regional Headquarters may be merged to form the Central Headquarters, subject to the same principles of formation of the Central Headquarters as for the establishment of the Local and Regional Headquarters, i.e., by direct vote. The Central Headquarters shall operate on the basis of the Regulations of the Central Headquarters.
Article 12. From the time of their establishment, the Executive Committees of the Headquarters shall register, record, and count applications and electors, keep the secrecy of the elector, submit minutes of the number of electors to the representatives for the meetings of the representatives of the Headquarters and carry out other actions in accordance with the Regulations of the Headquarters.
Article 13. In order to resolve disputes about live electing, procedural issues, regulations, and other aspects of Headquarters activities, a member’s court shall be established at each Headquarters, which is empowered to resolve all disputes related to Headquarters activities.
Article 14. At the meetings of the Headquarters’ representatives, decisions may be made to publicize the results of the live electing, to notify the bodies of state and local government, international organizations, heads of state, specialized agencies of the UN system, holders and founders of state registers and registers, leaders of religious organizations and denominations about the results of the live electing, about the will of nations and the step-by-step transition to fair world order.
Article 15. Headquarters may participate in elections to state and local government bodies by coordinating the actions of their members. Candidates for elected bodies shall always be the representatives of the headquarters with the highest number of electors, according to the regulations for those elections.
Article 16. If the Headquarters is recognized by the public and/or local authorities, the Headquarters must nominate their representatives to the authorities that have recognized them.
The personal composition of the representatives nominated to the authorities which have recognized the Headquarters shall be formed in the same way as the composition of the management bodies of the Headquarters, i.e., according to the number of representatives required to form a particular authority with the highest number of electors.
When the Central Headquarters is established, the live electing procedure is launched separately. A prerequisite for participation in the Regional Headquarters is permanent residence in the territory of the state where the Central Headquarters operates.
The Central Headquarters consists of two chambers: The Council of Regions and the Supreme Council of equal numbers of representatives. The details of the formation of the Council of the Regions and the Supreme Council shall be based on the Regulations of the Central Headquarters, but the general principles of their formation may not conflict with the live electing procedure set out in this declaration.
Article 17. In order to ensure a fair distribution of power and fair consideration of the interests of the electors, each representative of the Headquarters shall always elector at joint meetings with the full number of electors that the electors have delegated to him or her.
Article 18. The joint meetings of the Headquarters representatives always begin with the reading of the minutes drawn up by the Headquarters Executive Committee of the number of electors each particular representative has. The representative with the highest number of electors of the electors shall chair the meeting.
Article 19. Further regulations of the meetings of the Headquarters Representatives shall be determined by the Regulations of the Headquarters.
Article 20. Headquarters can register with the Electronic Electing System at «circleoftruth.info». By registering in the Electronic Electing System, each individual Headquarters shall mutually ratify the credentials of the other Headquarters. The terms of reference of the Headquarters shall be understood to mean working towards the practical implementation of this Declaration.
Article 21. In case of technical impossibility to register in the Electronic Electing System on «circleoftruth.info», the Headquarters shall conclude ordinary written agreements with each other, to conduct the procedure of mutual ratification of credentials.
Article 22. If a unified system of Headquarters is established in most of the administrative-territorial units of a state, and the system of live electing is supported by a majority of the inhabitants, the Headquarters have the right to raise the question of formal recognition of the Headquarters system as a new system of government in that state by popular referendum or by other peaceful, democratic means.
Article 23. The main intermediate objective of the work of the Headquarters is the introduction of live electing into the system of forming representative authorities, by gradually changing the electoral systems of individual states.
The ultimate objective of the whole process of transition to fair world order is the widespread adoption of the system of electing as the main mechanism for the formation of representative power in all branches and at all levels, as well as the anchoring of the mechanism of electing in the documents of international law and in the UN Charter.
Article 24. This Declaration is not intended to divide States or to secede parts or territories from them. A unified, developed, reasonably administered state is the inalienable asset of the people who constitute it, designed to defend that people against internal and external enemies and to assist in the sound administration of the economy, social institutions, and so forth. Nothing in this Declaration shall be construed as separatist.
Article 25. The text of this Declaration can be changed only by means of adopting a new edition of the Declaration in a general referendum of the participants of the Circle of Truth or by means of the Electronic Electing System on the «circleoftruth.info» website.
Article 26. In matters not prescribed in this Declaration, the Circle of Truth Party and the documents constituting the International Bill of Human Rights shall be guided.