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Samuel Der-Kazaryan - Future of E-governance

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I'm gonna present just a short presentation talking about the E-governance. What we are trying to do is we are trying to build our blockchain based E- governance system, and both Steven Eric has spoke some bits some pieces of that. But at the end of the day what we are really after is an open source government. We want to make sure that there are transparency, there is automation and all of those things that make things smoother and kind of pursue the smaller government initiative, really. So, let's talk a little bit about some of the cornerstones of this e-governance system. Some of these are really trying to put the Constitution on to the blockchain and as such, they are following the structure and the various provisions of the Constitution. so, just to name a few, Congressional Assembly election is gonna be one of the most important elements of the blockchain. The elections for the Prime Minister, various proposals that will be submitted to the Assembly for voting, and obviously the actual voting process to pass these bills into laws. In addition to that there will be other capabilities in the blockchain, but as we are, sort of, nearing the launch, we are planning to launch initially with a minimal set of capabilities and putting a lot of thought into how to do it right, and so, some of the additional capabilities will come down the road on top of this blockchain there will be private communications, various asset registries, labour markets, citizenship records and this is just to name a few things and as Steve covered, all of those things would be exposed through the mobile application as well as the online web services as well. So, let's take a little deeper dive into some of this provisions of the Constitution that will be implemented, so the first one is the government structures. The Constitution, the draft is being prepared and that will be one of the first votes for the Assembly to approve the Constitution but its structure is currently coming to live and it does consist of Congressional Assembly, the Senate, Supreme Court, the Cabinet with the various ministries, all of which will be represented on the blockchain and obviously be able to conduct business through the blockchain, the Congressional Assembly legislative process itself all of the provisions that are relevant for that in terms of how the bills are getting proposed how they'll be voted for how'll they become the laws after getting through the various gates one of which of course is the vetos that are given to the citizens at the end. All of that will be implemented and available for execution through the blockchain the elections for the Prime Minister and for the Assembly members will be also done and available through the blockchain, so that citizens can make their votes Judicial provisions also and then finally, all of that I have mentioned is the senatorial and citizenship vetos for the bills that have been proposed will enable our citizens and our senators to apply veto in the cases where that's relevant. And of course the Liberland Merit, which currently is launched in a different blockchain will also be available on the same blockchain that has the E-governance the various contributions that will be contributing to the voting privilege and I'll talk a little bit more about that as well a little bit later and then, Congressional Cabinet oversight over the treasury funds that will be essentially funding all of the activities that all is gonna be transparent visible and votable on the blockchain. So, I mentioned the voting privilege and this is one of the things that we strongly believe in is that in Liberland voting is really a privilege that is earned by the contribution of the citizens, and as that contribution goes on which can come in many different shapes and forms, it sort of boosts your voting privilege and gives you the voice in the governance. And so, there are several components of this that contribute to the voting privilege one of which is the voluntary taxes, bill funding, so as the bills get proposed we are really looking forward to model, where any proposed bill gets funded by the citizens partially by citizens and maybe by other entities as well, with all of these actions indicative of a person's contribution to that life of Liberland. Of course there can be also non-monetary contributions and again they sort of as multipliers for the voted privilege and some time-based incentives We want people to be engaged at the end of the day the governance is gonna be only as good as the desire of people to be engaged in this process. With the bill funding, as I have mentioned earlier, we are looking at the models where every bill that is proposed to the Assembly gets also funded, in other words, the funding elements are specified the budgets are essentially attached to the bill, we don't want to get into situations where some laws are passed and we don't know how to fund that and on one hand, on the other hand we are looking for that contribution from the citizens as you propose something for implementation take part in that by funding. So these sort of are the main elements of the voting privilege and some of the funding elements. As far as the blockchain itself there will be a wallet ballphone mobile application, but also for desktop and laptops, and the main idea of course is that the full government transparency will be implemented through these mechanisms, the history of the transactions both monetary and non-monetary transactions will be available there all the bills that are getting proposed, voted for and then become laws they will all be traceable through these applications. So, a couple of more words on two of the most significant elements of our programs, one of which is the citizenship benefits. So, as a citizen I think, one of the main privileges that you get is the voting one, obvious liability to to participate in the governance itself there will be some discounts for the various registry services and other government services events etc for citizens ability to take advantage of the various business opportunities including the free economic zone, for example that's all gonna be available for our citizens and eligibility for Congressional Assembly Cabinet, Supreme Court, candidacies that's obviously a part of our governance and our citizens get the first seat essentially in the candidacy. The Liberland wallet account will be created for many entities, including non citizens and non residents but as far as the various activities through the wallet citizens will get the discounted ability to do transactions there. Some of things are available for new residents and the business registries, the various discounts for the events, wallet transactions and obviously eligibility for the citizenship as the first step would be among the things that the e-resident will will enjoy. And that's all I had for today thank you so much I look forward to the rest of the conference.

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Duration: 8 minutes and 21 seconds
Country: United States
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Posted by: on Aug 24, 2020

Future of E-governance
Samuel Der-Kazaryan - Deputy Minister of Interior
Floating Man Liberland Online Conference
As the physical Floating Man festival was slightly reduced due to the current coronavirus measures, we decided to hold an online Summer conference at the same time. Complete list of speakers may be found at

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