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Conclusion

With the inclusion of the advisory board, the TDG changes from a hierarchal structure of governance to a circular structure. This change of shape opens up many more formal and informal links between the various elected and appointed bodies to effect better collective and consultative decisions. New ideas, perspectives, considerations are bound to happen as these various bodies work together.

As well, the structure is fluid enough for each jurisdiction to evolve in its own way, experiment with new ideas and learn from those ideas, and make changes whenever it wants. With the TDG, we will not be held by centuries-old structures which are resistant to change.

In the next two chapters, I will discuss how we can move from one system of governance to the TDG.

 
 

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