Posted 3 years ago on July 1, 2013, 4:16 p.m. EST by Kavatz
from Edmonton, AB
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When two nations have installed Departmental Governance as a democratic political system, they soon find there is little separating them.
I believe laws should be the same in all towns, cities, states, provinces, territories, and nations. There is a big flaw in justice when two jurisdictions uphold conflicting laws. One must be wrong, or further from the truth than the other.
There are no geographic borders, politically, in Departmental Governance. There are of course different regions with different wants and needs. But the Justice Department (or any Department), needs to be congruent with national democratic input.
When two DG nations come in contact for the first time, depending on their maturity levels, they will find few differences. The less mature one will closely compare its laws and find that maybe they have some things to reconsider.
The Economics Departments of each will share data and quickly determine the process of merging and dropping borders economically. Since there is no private institution closely related to government money production and distribution, wealth could easily be spread and balanced, and no well-off person will feel a financial burden.
I may expand on this when my kid stops demanding attention.