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Power Guard (Democratic Mu)

MU recruitment democracy

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 11:40 AM

Hi all,
I made a new MU called POWER GUARD. I would like u to join it. It's a democratic MU which means that the people's voice will be heard. There will be a council called POWER GUARD ASSEMBLY. This Assembly will make all the major decisions. It will consist of members nominated by the Captian of each regiment. The number of members of each regiment will be 1 of every 10 members. This means that if a regiment has 30 members than the regiment will have 3 members in the assembly. This assembly will decide major decisions.

We currently have less members but every Military Unit started like this. Join my MU now. It may mean that u may be made Second Commander or Captain of a regiment or a member of the Assembly. Having more members may mean that u will have more representation in the Assembly.

Electoral Process for Catain of Regiment
1) Candidates sign in by messagening the Commander stating the regiment no. they want to be commander of any time between 5-14 of every month (any full member may sign up for captain)
2) Elections will take place on 15 of every month
3) Every member(but not recruits) may vote for his respective regiment by messaging the commander telling him about who they r voting for
4) The one with highest votes will be the Captain until next elections

How to Become Member of the Assembly
Captain of every regiment will nominate the members from his regiment for the elections. The number of member from each regiment depends on the population of the regiment. Of every 10 members there will be 1 member. It is compulsory that the Captain is part in the Assembly. This way the stronger player can have decision making powers and weaker player can vote

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 01:07 PM

So it's a representative democracy and not direct? 




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Posted 24 March 2017 - 09:09 AM

When there will be more members in the MU, it will make decision making very difficult in a direct democracy.

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Posted 03 April 2017 - 06:52 PM



but you at least get a voice in how things are handled, if not a direct decision.

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