Abstract: Once the biggest issue with the current democracy system is identified, the research focuses
on finding the root of the problem. This is a key step and requires further analysis as we are constantly
deviating from the true origin. Unless we tackle the root of the problem any attempt we make to improve
the system will be in vain. The current democratic system is severely flawed and therefore requires
improvement that can only be detected by society. The works highlighted here report numerous
problems of corruption, lack of transparency, information monopoly, and bipartisanship in virtually all
current governments. These days, citizen demonstrations against political abuse are a social reality,
which proves the large gap that exists between the government and the middle class.
This work defines several parameters to measure the quality of governments and propose to use a
linear function to check on them.
Once the root of the problem comes to the surface, the way to move forward becomes clear.
Keywords: Linear function, quality measurement, Democratic system
IMPLEMENTING A LINEAR FUNCTION TO MEASURE THE QUALITY IN
Alberto Arteta, Juan Castellanos, Yanjun Zhao, Danush K. Wijekularathna