World Election 2015-2020
According to World Transition to Democracy Road Map, the World Assembly should be elected once a year as representative body and the voice of community.
1. The World Election need neither assistance nor permission from existing national governments. Election should be held at no cost, through free social network services and mobile phone features.
2. To avoid effect of digital inequality, 203 electoral districts established
Each district is
- a United Nations-recognized country or dependent territory with 90.000 or more inhabitants or
- geographically organized group of countries or dependencies.
Voter identification method is SMSable telephone number in corresponding country code.
3. For the Assembly not to exceed 600 MPs, each district elects 1 to 10 deputies (with the total of 577). To maintain 'one-person-one-vote' principle all the deputies of one district together have number of votes in the Assembly equal to number of their district population, divided in equal parts.
4. To become a candidate, a person should
- be or become a Facebook user and give consent for nomination by placing the approved 'I am a World Assembly candidate on (such) district' banner on his Facebook user page and
- nominate himself by sending an SMS/Telegram-messenger (tbd) message to the World Election Commission (WEC) from a telepnone belonging to the chosen district code (or ask a trustee from the district to do so)..
5. The period of nomination lasts 2 months and should be repeatedly extended in specific district for one month until the number of candidates become more than number of deputies to be elected there.
6. After registered by WEC, the candidate nominates Local Election Commission (LEC) member. LEC and WEC jointly select telephone number for SMS-voting.
7. The voting starts the next but one month after the nomination finished and lasts 1 to 14 days (to be decided, may be depending of voters number). Every local phone number bearer can vote once, only for one of his district candidates. The candidates who got relative majority of votes become the World Assembly deputies, no matter how much voters took part in the election (it follows the consultative status of Assembly until it is elected by overall majority of the World population). Whether 2 or more candidates got equal votes number the candidate(s) nominated earlier become(s) deputy.
8. The Assembly to be convened on the 1st of January the next year after the majority (289 deputies) is elected. The Assembly works on remote basis, using the Internet means.
(to be continued)