Absolute Democracy

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Absolute Democracy is a concept of government created and practiced by M. Soto, founder of the micronation of Sotóvia.


According to Soto, Absolute Democracy would be a type of government in which a president is democratically elected by the people, but he has absolute power over the state without relying on parliamentarians, deputies or senators.

Countries that use Absolute Democracy

The only country hitherto registered, which uses this form of government, is a micronation called Sotóvia, founded by Soto himself.