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PostSubject: eComintern eCommunism Manifesto; Political Module   Mon May 04, 2015 6:11 pm

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1. A Politburo to take the place of the conventional Country President. Candidate nominations for the the Country President (CP) position should be brought forward and, instead of the country voting for the individual, the country will see the candidates cabinet on the equal footing as the candidate himself. This will force the entire cabinet to take responsibility for each own’s actions instead of the CP taking the brunt of any criticism. The politburo will all have equal say in each matter, with the actual CP taking the administration work, however not all members have to give their answers without the action being taken. A unanimous decision would have to be made but if a couple of members can not make it due to real life issues, then the act can be passed without them, however it must be made clear that all politburo members must be informed on each act via a private message before the act is decided. This can be overridden by extreme situations, for example an invasion in which time is key.

2. All ministries must be forced to accept as many volunteers as possible. Each ministry must have a scheme in which volunteers can be used (if there are any volunteers). Examples of this can be the ambassador programs and article writers. This is to give as many opportunities as possible for newer players to gain experience in order to overtake the older players in the long-term. This reduces the amount of dependence on individuals to take up positions because no-one else has the experience to do so. By volunteers the ideal does not mean deputy ministers, it is obvious that only a few can be hand-taught by the cabinet ministers and the volunteer schemes will only allow for more people to be able to run for deputy minister positions. Volunteers will be ranked below deputy ministers in order to give the deputy ministers more responsibility at managing large quantities of workers and will also lead to a more developed social module. However, that doesn’t prevent newer players giving ideas to the cabinet ministers without consulting the deputies, the rank structure is to give everyone an equal chance at climbing the ladder and preventing an ascribed status system.

3. Establish embassies in each country and encourage Communism. As mentioned above, volunteers will take the position of ambassadors to cover as many countries as possible. Each ambassador will be supervised by a more experienced ambassador who will manage an entire continent (each continent has a different number of countries and, therefore, a ladder can occur in which the more experience you have at being a diplomat allows you take a continent with a higher number of countries-larger continents like Europe can be split into sections in case of lack of volunteers). These supervisors will feed back to the Minister of Foreign Affairs who will manage a smaller group.

4. A ministry that monitors and controls Multi numbers and PTO threats should be established. This will be a ministry that will be controlled by, either, the Ministry of Home affairs or the politburo. It has the authority to move large quantities of volunteers to threatened parties or to push infected parties out of the top 5. Each act must be openly checked by the country’s population before being allowed to do so.

5. Harsh Citizenship guidelines to prevent threats, but not too harsh as to isolate an entire country. Although it has been contested whether or not the idea that migration between countries should be free, the conclusion is that the security and freedom of each country must be put before the freedom to migrate but not to a point where isolation and stagnation were to occur. Although punishments can not be held to those who do not follow any set guidelines, it can be put forward that one’s reputation can be somewhat tarnished by not following them. Therefore, anyone that does not follow the guidelines with malicious intent must be scrutinised and openly criticised for their actions.
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PostSubject: Re: eComintern eCommunism Manifesto; Political Module   Thu May 14, 2015 9:14 am

I strongly disagree with points 4) and 5).

It seems we don't share the same vision on how the things should be run and let run. Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: eComintern eCommunism Manifesto; Political Module   Thu May 14, 2015 5:49 pm

jaylogan wrote:
I strongly disagree with points 4) and 5).

It seems we don't share the same vision on how the things should be run and let run. Rolling Eyes

This was the old manifesto built by Sir Rex Fleddington, if you got a problem with it talk to him. And since we are getting a new one you might want to review that one before it is official.



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