The Direct Democratic Anthropocentric system has concentric cyclical construct structure. This means that it doesn’t have the typical/traditional social classes. It instead has age cohorts which, in place of social classes, comprise the layout and order of society. On these age cohorts is built every social, organizational and state structure.
In the Direct Democratic Anthropocentric system access to governance/administration is closely tied to the educational/developmental stage of the Citizen at any given time; Citizens are promoted in tandem in both.
The educational material contains, additionally to the typical material, preparation and training for the filling of administrative and government positions, with progressively deeper and sharper focus and specialization as the Citizen grows up and changes age cohorts. All education is geared to independence of thought, independence of expression and experimentation using the scientific process and prior common experiences as well as commonly agreed upon trajectories that are periodically commonly reviewed (i.e. by vote of majority in Parliament in its full composition as described below).
In the same manner, access to public service ranks becomes more and more available as the Citizen completes the educational prerequisites for every administrative and management position and role.
Through this comprehensive preparation, the practical application of pure Direct Democracy as a political regime is also ensured (i.e. Democracy without representation).
By age cohort, and based on the completion of their educational preparation, just like in administration and the public sector, also in the management and executive action of state power, the Citizens are promoted stage by stage (depending on their age cohort) to progressively higher political bodies, with the apex being their inclusion and obligatory participation in Parliament for life from the age of 22 years. In the following figure we display a schematic representation of the process. For further analysis, presentation and details per political/state governing body and procedure, please refer to the relevant books .
Parliament is the highest state power body. From Parliament stems every state/administrative position via procedures by draw or ballot. Selection is for a limited short period with a finite delineated task assignment and obligatory audit and project delivery upon expiration of the governance contract.
Further analysis of the system and very important issues such as administrative organization, division of labour, issues of Justice and due process, issues of wealth management and maximization of personal as well as state wealth, international relationships, etc, is beyond the scope of this site. All these analyses can be found in the relevant books.