CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION MODEL
Citizenship Information Model
Citizenship information model is a digital model, the so-called "Parallel Cyber-Polis", representing the relationship between the citizen and society with its characteristics. The model serves as a database of citizenship information for design and modeling during the civic cycle of the citizenship user. It is a set of interconnected digital information and this data are available partly for citizenship users and partly for "civil society 4.0" participants. The information linked to the "underground infrastructure for ideas" creates a virtual model of citizenship in time, financial and material terms, and this concentration and interconnection of information in the model brings its previously unattainable information complexity, thus facilitating decision-making and helping to prevent problems.
Democracy will be complete when everyone realizes their co-decisive relationship with the state, government, authorities or parliament. Anyone does not have to take into account that democracy, governance or order is a collective work in which he too has a bit of participation, responsibility and possibly complicity. Mentally often still lives in a state of slavery, control or lack of freedom. Everyone should be a "Self-Politicaly Active Person" - a citizen as a one-member political party. Cyber-citizen, the so-called cybernetic citizen, is a term denoting the habitus of a citizen - self-regulating functional connection of a citizen and his information-political extensions facilitating understanding of a set of dispositions, how to act, think and perceive the surrounding world in a certain way and tendency to subsequently respond.
AREAS OF DESIGN IN THE PARALLEL CYBER-POLIS
A0) Content for constant monitoring and verification of the level of civil rights and freedoms, which the state tends to restrict.
A1) The rate of parallel independent culture and various spheres of art that are operated and developed without permission and support of the public authorities.
A2) The rate of parallel education and science, which represent the realization of the right to free education and the development of scientific research.
A3) The rate of the parallel information system as an expression of the right to free dissemination of information.
A4) The rate of parallel economy based on reciprocity and trust in individual persons, ie. a natural reputation principle with uncontrolled means of exchange and monetary instruments.
A5) The rate of development of for-civic shadow political structures into such a functional form that they will be able to replace any anti-civic ruling regime.
A6) The rate of parallel foreign policy for stabilization and anchoring of the citizen in the international context and for the search for potential material and intellectual resources.