About Regelis

Regelis' system of government is a Technoomeritocratic Democratic Oligarchy.

A Technoomeritocracy is my name for this fusion of a technocracy, a noocracy, and a meritocracy. A technocratic government is one in which engineers, scientists, health professionals and other technical experts are in control of decision making in their respective fields. In a noocractic government, power is acquired and maintained according the the laws of competition. Power remains in the hands of the professionally trained political elites. These Elites make the most of analysis, forecasts and propositions emanating from a vast array of advisory groups made up of experts from all areas of science. Finally a meritocratic government is a system where an organization appoints responsibilities assigned to individuals based upon demonstrated ability.

Regelis' leadership contains 11 houses, each with leaders called Staces. Each house controls one of many functions assigned to it. This is done so that each house has 6 voting points. Making up two-thirds of the voting power. The remaining third is empowered to the general public. Staces are elected by the people within their house as representatives. The Vice-Stace and Secretary positions of each house are appointed by the house committee. Altogether, they are called the House of the Council and make up the executive branch of Regelis' government.

Because Staces are democratically elected, Regelis is a democratic republic. The Council of Staces forms a body of leadership that functions like a parliament or senate. However, each member of the House of the Council does not have the same voting power. Staces count for three votes, Vice-Staces for two votes, and Secretaries with one. In this way, the Staces form an oligarchical power structure, where they are able to match the vote of both of their subordinates.

Structure of Government of Regelis

Population makes up the foundation of the structural hierarchy of governmental power. The people democratically elect leaders in every part of the hierarchy from District Chairmen, to the Council itself. Law enforcement and legal professional are hired in from public career workers. Scientist and researchers come from the education spaces and academic centers and colleges. District chairs are traditionally grown from grassroots lobby groups, and public interest electoral committees.

From this level of development, scientists and researchers might be poached from the government to become advisors for the respective fields of study. District courts will tend to seek skilled law enforcement personnel, or experienced legal practitioners to serve the justice system under district courts. Districts each have their own judges, chairmen, and advisory committees. Districts are areas of the nation grouped into similar sizes. There is no limit the numbers of these districts, and mainly serve as arbitrary divisions to cut the overhead of managing a large unified group of people. District chairs will usually do what they can, in the people's best interest, to climb the political ladder to end up secretaries.

In the last level of government is the House of Associates, built from advisors contained within districts which by being leaders in their fields will presumably promote the best suggestions to ease their own line of work, give a means for clear optimization of systems, or suggest quality of life improvements. The House of Councils containing the secretaries that communicate with elected staces (premieres) to promote advisory or House of Associate's suggestions to coming into fruition. Populous based ministries are take leadership generally from politicians, or field leaders, so that both associates and secretaries have a clear line of succession (through death, abandonment, or election) to the stace positions. Lastly of course the House of Judges, voted in by their peers as the moral leadership with the ability to veto and enforce law with direct access to district courts.

Ministries of Regelis

The House of Councils is separated in 11 smaller minitries. Each ministry of Regelis has a specific job assigned to it


Duty of the ARMI

Regulates the Army, Navy, Air Force, Guard, and Sentry. Military force is to be managed as a shield, not a sword. Public knowledge of sensitive military operation is key.


Duty of the COMU

Implements measures to impair the ability of corporate enterprise to produce substandard goods. Manage and maintain logistics systems to calculate the maximum efficiency of resource acquisition, the transport of goods and services, and other logistical operations.


Duty of the EMIS

Manage political (or otherwise) refuges, grant asylum and protection from oppressive governments. Maintain foreign policy, trade, and international affairs in an attempt to minimize classism based international political agendas.


Duty of the FERA

Limit the effect of cyber-crime related activities against national communications infrastructure. Implement a country-wide network that must offer truly free, democratic voting to the entire population. Offer public access to government agenda and policies to be criticized in great detail.


Duty of the INDI

Manage the eminence data processes involved in analysis of personal information. To represent both the public view, and to inform the public about the general state of communal infrastructure. Maintain and improve the quality of communication channels. Acquire knowledge as a resource. Contribute to publicly available research for general education.


Duty of the JUDI

Manage law enforcement entities in co-operation with the Guard and the ARMI ministry. Manage emergency executive orders in the Justice System, Penal System, and Written Law. Provide legal representation for the citizenship.


Duty of the MONI

Manage the efficiency of general goods and services, general “work based” finances and provisional services for the good of the public at large. The state has to keep a constant watchful eye on the movement of inequitable gain of resources and the fair distribution of those resources to reduce or eliminate poverty.


Duty of the NATU

Maintain the health of the environment and efficiency of generalized agriculture. Manage the analysis of land for the use of cartography and resource acquisition. Oversee construction projects in every sector, civilian or corporate enterprise to affirm those involved adhere to environmental guidelines.


Duty of the POPU

Support and represent the voice of the people in all aspects of government and public affairs. Maintain the generalized abolition of censorship in publicly accessible media. Manage religious diplomacy and enforce legal mandates on said organizations. The health of the people will stand before beliefs in every instance.


Duty of the REMI

Maintain the organization of an emergency response team in the event of a disastrous situation. Manage nationwide EMS stations and hospitals to respond to civilian health emergencies. Progress the field of medical research . Distribute vaccination statewide, and internationally if such an event requires.


Duty of the SOCI

Maintain the morale of the people through the use of positive public speech and transparency. Manage the national education curriculum and provide centers of learning and research as a whole the tools they need to succeed. Implement a statewide information database to be used as a source for research and technological progress available to the citizenship.