The Party of Workers and Unemployed is an alliance of workers and unemployed citizens who lost their jobs because of the automation of production, trade and other spheres of the economy, because of overproduction crises and other causes. Technical progress and the further development of productive forces lead to the fact that the number of unemployed throughout the world will only increase every year.
This union is aimed at the elimination of the exploitation of man by man and the socialization of the means of production (enterprises), the subsoil and the establishment of a just society, the aim of which is to maximize the satisfaction of all the needs of each member of society, and not to receive profits, as is currently the case.
1. CONTROL SYSTEM
1.1 Replacing representative democracy in a straight line.
1.2 Convening of the People’s Assembly of all citizens.
1.3. Elimination of the post of the president and parliament, and the transition to a people’s republic with direct democracy.
1.3 Sessions of the Peoples of the Republic will be held 2 times a year, for participation in which all adults will be admitted. Open voting on the adoption of laws, budgets, and discussions will take place with the help of all modern means of communication: the Internet, cellular communications, etc., as well as on the ground.
1.4 Once in 3 years, open elections will be held for employees of the Ministries. The work of the ministries will be transparent and accountable to all citizens. Citizens can recall and fire ministers and other employees.
1.5 Creation of conditions for mass involvement of workers in the management of the state: reduction of the working day, etc.
2.1 Introduction of unconditional basic income
The introduction of unconditional income is a necessary measure of support for citizens against the background of automation of various sectors of the economy and the displacement of people from production, transport, trade, etc.
The amount of income should be lower than the wages of workers, but sufficient to meet the minimum human needs (in housing, food, etc.) This will stimulate the unemployed to get employed in those industries in which there has not yet been a substitution of people for automation and robots. This will stimulate a person to engage in science. The state will support the people engaged in science in every possible way. Education will be completely free, and unconditional income will be distributed to students. Science will again take a special place in society. The salaries of scientists and academicians will be higher than those of other members of society.
2.2 Nationalization of natural resources, subsoil in public property
With the sale and use of natural resources, all citizens should receive cash payments. Similar practice exists in the oil Arab countries, most of whose budget is replenished with the sale of oil and gas. Each citizen is given a certain amount from birth, citizens are exempted from paying utility bills and so on.
2.3 Nationalization of monopolies: large industrial and agricultural enterprises.
The socialization of monopolies will allow all the profits to be channeled into the development of the country’s economy, and not into the pocket of the oligarchs. This will systematically reduce prices for goods and products due to lower costs of production and technology development.
2.4 Nationalization of banks.
2.5 Providing benefits to small and medium-sized businesses.
Real support of small and medium-sized businesses by the state will allow them to develop, rather than serve as an appendage of monopolies.
2.6 Progressive taxation
In all civilized countries there is a progressive tax. Progressive taxes were also available in the USSR.
2.7. Introduction of a non-taxable minimum. Gradual exemption from taxes of all citizens and transfer of all taxes to a monopoly.
A similar practice existed in the USSR. Most of the citizens were exempt from taxes, there was a non-taxable minimum, the rest paid 1-2% of their income, not 13%. The highest 10% of their incomes in the USSR were paid by highly paid scientists, academicians, theater and cinema figures and others. 85% of the budget revenues of the USSR were the incomes of socialist enterprises, and only 8% of taxes from citizens.
2.8. Reduction of the working day from 8 hours to 6 hours.
To reduce the working day to 6 hours suggested in the distant 1919 in the program of the RCP. At times the USSR introduced a 7-hour working day, during the Second World War, the working day was again increased, under Khrushchev and Brezhnev, the working day did not decline despite all the conditions created for this.
In the conditions of general automation and robotization, it is necessary to reduce the working day to 4 hours, where possible, provided that the payment is kept as a full day. This will make it possible to employ two people instead of one working 8 hours, which will slightly reduce unemployment. An hour of free time a person should devote to the training of public administration.
2.9. Establishment of electronic-machine tractor stations (EMTS) for servicing and repairing transport and private equipment (farmers) and state agricultural enterprises at the expense of the state.
Buying and renewing agricultural machinery is ruining farmers and small agricultural enterprises.
3. FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY
3.1 Inclusion of the right to free food in the Constitution. Providing this right by creating an extensive network of grocery banks, where everyone can be free-to-date with products.
Private food banks or food banks exist nowadays in the US and in the EU countries, their number is increasing every year.
3.2 Creation of canteens, cafes for free catering.
Reducing the cost of production of products allows you to create a network of canteens in the country with free public catering.
3.3 Free use of public utilities.
Nothing so ruins Russian families as high utility bills. Some families give a third or even half of their earnings for paying for utilities. The introduction of free use of communal services was mentioned in the distant 1961. Thus, the program of the CPSU, adopted in 1961, indicated the introduction of free use of communal services after 1980, by this time it was planned to finally create a material base for communism. In the USSR, payment for utilities was a mere penny.
In the modern world in some oil Arab countries there is no payment for utilities, since part of the revenues from the sale of oil and gas covers these expenses for all citizens. In some countries, for example, in Finland, the state pays 80% of the costs for utility payments to citizens with low income.
3.4 Release of citizens from debts, mortgages.
4. THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM
4.1 Introduction of elections and procedure for recall of judges.
4.2 Replacement of the penal system with a system of educational measures.
Today it is quite obvious that any phenomenon in our life has a scientific explanation. Causes of mass crime today – the difficult economic situation of the country, ripped by the oligarchy. Members of the government, oligarchs and their servants will be the last to be in prison for their crimes.
5. HOUSING QUESTION
5.1 Providing free housing to all who need it.
5.2 Repair of apartment buildings at the expense of the state.
6. MILITARY SYSTEM
6.1 Armament of workers for protection of public property, subsoil and resources.
6.2 Gradual replacement of people with cars and military robots, drones and drone.
7. HEALTH SYSTEM
7.1 Provision of free, public medicine.
8. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
8.1 Free education
8.2 Separation of church from school