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Codex Civitas - Government-description

If humans would have a core of goodness, in a moral and ethical way,
they would refrain from criminal acts when possible.

If humans would have a core of compassion, a core of filantrophy,
and sees someone in danger or peril, they would come to an aid.

If humans would know which punishment they deserve for doing
something in secrecy, they would think twice.

The codex should at the first chapter have a description,
of a law book; on justice and criminality.
But not as an abstract text, but by using simple language.
And in expressions being clear, which act deserves a punishment.

For example;
in law, stealing is a crime, but nowhere is stated how long the punishment,
how heavy the penalty.
And in law; being corrupt, and stealing millions from your boss,
people know its bad, but how the punishment is measured, only judges know.
In short; when someone knows precise which result their actions would take,
they would easier refrain from it.

As with the book of justice being the codex first chapter.

Other chapters are about taxes, citizens support, structures of community work.

A government is a structure with hundreds or thousands of people having a place in it,
to work for the greater good, to give a structure to the otherwise chaotics region.

A government has sectors of which justice is the most visible and the most important.
For it gives a border to freedom, a border to safety.

A government, has workers who all know which place they have,
and how their job is in relation to the organisation they work for.

When the government is transparant;
citizens can monitor the honesty of the work in progress.
and citizens can prevent corrupcy from entering the leading servants.

When a codex civitas is used as guideline for the government,
citizens can controll the moral and ethical implementation of

When a codex civitas is used, organisations like the united nations,
can easily monitor conventions; like nuclear or finances.