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2010/10/6 Nguyen Vu Hung <>

IMHO, democracy is better than others ways election. But how to make a
choice is difficult.

Sophie has mention meritocracy and I think it is better than democracy.

I don't think that meritocracy is better that democracy but it isn't worst,
meritocracy have the problem of how we weight the merits of the person and
the democracy have the problem of people manipulation. I'm going to think in
a mix system of the two and propose it but basically is going to consist of:

First two observers are selected to review the process and rollback if they
are problems.
Second the election of 10 people, this people are reviewers, can't know the
identities of the others, only can communicate with others with a especial
email/im and can't be candidates.
Third the presentation of the candidates.
Fourth the reviewer evaluates the candidates and validate their
participation o reject it, based in merits and/or other things.
Fifth the elections.

After this the elected people can be reviewed by popular petition and then
the reviewers can force a demotion process or reelections, but the reviewers
don't have power to make decisions of their own if the decision is not asked
by the community or the elected people. Also they can inform to the
community how good the elected people are and their merits during the

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