Upon expiration of the public-comment period and a final review, the Humane Party Board of Directors has ratified the full design of Class A for the Humane National Committee (HNC) as published on October 19, 2018. Class A of the HNC represents a significant advance over the traditional model of geography-based representation.
After an initial subset of proposed seats for Class A of the Humane National Committee were published for comment a few weeks ago, a first complete set of seats for Class A is now being published today for public comment.
At this special moment in history, we are witnessing a revolution in philosophy and political science: the zoocracy system of government extends the political franchise beyond the species barrier to include all forms of sentient life. The Humane Party has been developing the zoocratic system and the HP’s future governing body, the Humane National Committee (HNC).
The overall parameters for the Humane National Committee have been finalized and ratified by the Humane Party. Class A takes the geography-based approach like that used in the U.S. political system and by other U.S. political parties. Proposed constituency definitions for some seats of Class A are today published for public comment.
The Humane Party has published an initial set of parameters for the overall design of the Humane National Committee governing body. These parameters will now be available for comments, criticisms, and editorial suggestions from the public until completion of a final overall design has been achieved.
Zoocracy is a representative form of government in which members of all sentient species—not just homo sapiens—hold permanent political power of equal dignity. Zoocracy is akin to democracy, in that decisions are made by vote of an enfranchised population. But democracy pertains to an enfranchised population that is limited to humans, whereas zoocracy extends the franchise to all species.