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The model of the primary structure of statehood of society

The model of the primary structure of statehood of society

 

capitalist utopians - sick peopleWe wanted to solve the problems of society by the method of democracy. The idea failed. A good example of this is the KSK, where the leadership is elected, but the people do not go to the polls. In these conditions, an opinion began to grow on the return to the vertical of power, but no one paid attention to the obvious fact - there is no vertical! There is no intermediate structural link between the district akimat and residents. This article is devoted to the search for this link for which the tasks of KSK are only one of the problems.

 

A person makes money in production and spends it mainly at the place of residence, solving household problems.

 

If we solve the problem of wages and prices, somehow linking them together, then the problem of everyday life will be solved.

 

These processes are accompanied by a struggle between workers and capitalists. Fighting is effective with equal power.

 

The capitalist is strong in money, with the help of which he solves his problems not by washing, so by skating. The people are strong in mass, but the masses must be organized somewhere and someone must mobilize them.

 

When people earn money, they are united at the enterprise, mobilized by trade unions and the problem of salary is solved successfully. According to Western experience, we need to raise production, and trade unions will be born on their own.

 

But the capitalist, having lost on the wages of workers, raises commodity prices. Here the people have many “enemies”, but there are no trade unions. The problem seems to be solved by competition. But in this struggle, the seller and the buyer, as living competitors, remain in the shadows, and the soulless factor - the price of the goods - comes to the fore. The capitalist sets the price, and the buyer leaves the democratic right to buy or not to buy. The buyer is not the first to stand such competition - he needs today, and the seller can wait.

 

In this competition, the buyer, in search of a balance between wages and prices, again demands higher wages. The history of capitalism is a successful struggle of the people for raising wages and ... automatically raising prices for goods and services. Nobody needs such a balance and is one of the main defects of capitalism.

 

To find ways to solve the problem, deviate from the topic. The world should be ruled by a system consisting of a code (laws) and a structure whose officials should implement laws. Laws are the basis, but if there is no structure or it is vicious, even a good law will hang in the air.

 

We do not have an intermediate structure between the tenant and the district akimat, but we need it because the akimat is not able to figure out the needs of each house.

 

At the same time, people in search of a solution to the price problem are geographically united at the place of residence. Here it is also necessary to look for ways to solve the problems of the people in the struggle for the solution of problems associated with goods and services. In order for the struggle to be effective, one must push the foreheads of living competitors. On the one hand, these are entrepreneurs doing business in the region and pursuing personal interests. On the other hand, these are the leaders of the MKR, representing the interests of the people. Consider the following model.

 

The district of the city is divided into large microdistricts (MKR), territorially combined with polling stations, so that the people influence the elected companies. MKR is a "state" within the region, designed to solve the problems of human life. In structure, it duplicates the state, having its own constitution-charter, president-chairman, parliament-council, its trade unions, which service workers in the region have the right to enter. MKR has its own employment office, oversees kindergartens, elementary schools, district doctors, police. In a word, when solving everyday problems, it is enough for people to know the way to the leadership of the MKR or to the prosecutor.

 

The relationship between MKR and the service sectors is based on the principle of prioritizing the needs of the region, rather than a competitive business.

 

And another important fact that we are not talking about. The more the state levies taxes on businessmen, the more they go through the prices into the people’s pocket. Taxes are needed, but their ultimate effectiveness must be considered.

 

In this regard, the relationship between the MKP and the service sectors has the following varieties:

 

1) Such small business structures as repair of shoes, clothes, furniture, etc., without knowing it, solve state problems, increasing the service life of the goods. They do not demand anything from the state, they do not take anything from society. To tax them is not reasonable. These structures should be introduced in the MKR, which will allocate them basements after the overhaul of houses with a warning: you will be greyhound with prices for services, we will drive them out.

 

2) Instead of trading on the sidewalks, it is necessary to create regional markets for fruits and vegetables with a minimum payment of trading places and owned not by private individuals, but by MKR.

 

3) Structures such as shops, cafes, etc. are tenants who are required to obey the charter of the MKR and pay for trade in the region part of the state tax.

 

4) Monopoly structures such as energy carriers are not subject to MKR, but MKR controls their rhythm of work and payment for the services of these structures.

 

The MKR is led by an elected Council led by a chairman appointed by the district akimat. The chairman and members of the Council must live in the MKR and, as they say, breathe the same air with the people.

 

Half of the members of the Council hold the positions of master, foreman, etc., know the work, but tend to look back at the chef. The second half are activists who may not look back. If a third of the Council expresses no confidence in the chairman, the district akimat should remove him from work. We will dwell on the chairman in more detail. The capitalist is the master of capital. Having a master is one of the virtues of capitalism. The chairman must also have the powers of a host. The leader must first be given authority, and then it can and must be demanded. For the leader, money is needed to a certain limit, then he needs power to implement his ideas. The salary of the chairman may be small, but he should have material benefits in the form of free housing, trips that he might lose if he is kicked out of work. The goal of the capitalist is to strengthen his firm. He wants to be respected and does something for this. But the priority for him remains the interests of the company. The chairman has two goals in common. If he works for the good of the people, he can become an elder of society, which even the akim of the region cannot remove from work. The chair does not have to have a diploma. First of all, he must be honest, worldly wise, a good host and organizer. It’s not difficult to find such people in any society. In any society there are leaders for whom authority is more valuable than money.

 

In addition, there will be a lively queue for such a position. And this is competition.

 

Let us briefly talk about the sources of financing: there will be money if there is a master.

 

This is the model of the primary unit of statehood and society, the implementation of which must begin with the structural division of the district, the appointment of the chairman with the paramount task - to solve housing and communal problems. All other powers must not be solved in a revolutionary way, but by searching for some kind of optimum. This will be a battle along the way in search of a solution to the problems of society.

 

 

Ibragimov I.V.
Alma-ata
2009 year

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