Proposal of first decision

Principle: each citizen has the unconditional right to receive enough food to live.


Article of execution in countries with a very low GNP

In the countries where the GNP is lower than 33 % of the world average GNP; each citizen receives personally each week one package containing

  • 0.5 liter of edible oil or 0.5 kilo of butter

  • 1 kilo of one of the following products: fish, chicken, beef, eggs, cheese or some vegetarian proteinic food

  • 2 liters of one of the following products: milk, orange juice, lemon juice

  • 2 kilos of bread

  • 2 kilos of flour or rice

  • 2 kilos of fruit of vegetables (tomatos, potatos, beans, ...)

The citizen can refuse the food.  If so, the citizen has the unconditional right to receive a fixed amount of money.  This amount is equal to the conversion of the highest of the following currencies into the local currency.

  • 7 X 50 cents (dollar)

  • 7 X 50 cents (euros)

  • 7 X 50 yens (Japan)

  • 7 X 40 rands (South-Africa)

In each city of ten thousands inhabitants or more, there is at least one place where the food can be delivered.  In each of these cities, one representative of the UN may come with one representative of the member state to deliver the food.  These representatives may ask to each citizen to work for maximum 35 hours a week.

In the same places, each citizen can bring food and buy farm equipments.  The prices of these goods are internationally fixed but the prices of food in these places are increased between 10 and 20 % and the prices of the farm equipments are decreased by 20 %.


Article of execution in countries with a low GNP

In the countries where the GNP is higher than 33 % of the world average GNP but lower than 66 % of the world average GNP; each citizen has the right to receive personally each week one package if his/her income is lower than one of the following incomes:

  • 7 X 2 dollars

  • 7 X 2 euros

  • 7 X 200 yens (Japan)

  • 7 X 15 rands (South-Africa)

The package is equal to this amount of money when he/she has no income.  If he/she has an income, he/she will receive a share proportional. The citizen can refuse the money.  If so, the citizen has the unconditional right to receive a fixed amount of food.

  • 0.5 liter of edible oil or 0.5 kilo of butter

  • 1 kilo of one of the following products: fish, chicken, beef, eggs, cheese or some vegetarian proteinic food

  • 2 liters of one of the following products: milk, orange juice, lemon juice

  • 2 kilos of bread

  • 2 kilos of flour or rice

  • 2 kilos of fruit of vegetables (tomatos, potatos, beans, ...)

In each city of one hundred thousand inhabitants or more, there is at least one place where the food can be delivered.  In each of these cities, one representative of the UN and one representative of the member state deliver the food.  When the two representatives consider that the income is higher and that the person has enough money to eat, the food is not given.  When the two representatives disagree, the food is delivered.  Each party can appeal to a commission of appeal.

In the same places, each citizen can bring food and buy farm equipments.  The prices of these goods are internationally fixed but the prices of food in these places are increased between 5 and 10 % and the prices of the farm equipments are decreased by 10 %.


In the countries where the GNP is higher than 66 % of the world average GNP; each citizen has the right to receive personally each month one package if his/her income lower is than one of the following incomes

  • 30 X 2 dollars

  • 30 X 2 euros

  • 30 X 200 yen (Japan)

  • 30 X 15 rands (South-Africa)

The package is equal to this amount of money when he/she has no income.  If he/she has an income, he/she will receive a share proportional. The citizen can refuse the money.  If so, the citizen has the unconditional right to receive a fixed amount of food.

  • 0.5 liter of edible oil or 0.5 kilo of butter

  • 1 kilo of one of the following products: fish, chicken, beef, eggs, cheese or some vegetarian proteinic food

  • 2 liters of one of the following products: milk, orange juice, lemon juice

  • 2 kilos of bread

  • 2 kilos of flour or rice

  • 2 kilos of fruit of vegetables (tomatos, potatos, beans, ...)

In each city of one million inhabitants or more, there is at least one place where the food can be delivered.  In each of these cities, one representative of the UN and one representative of the member state deliver the food.  When the two representatives consider that the income is higher and that the person has enough money to eat, the food is not given.  When the two representatives disagree, the food is delivered.  Each party can appeal to a commission of appeal.


Each citizen has the obligation to pay each year

  • 0.1 % of his capital for the part exceeding twice the average world capital

  • 1 % of his capital for the part exceeding ten times the average world capital

UN defines the average world capital .  The ministry of Finances of each country defines the capital of each person.  The contribution begins the year of the decision but during this year, the maximal contribution of each person is 0.1 % of his/her capital. The year after, the maximal contribution is 0.25 % and the year after 0.75%.

The contributions are given to the World Bank.  The bank buys storage places, food and farm equipments. 

 


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