SCHOOL

PROPOSAL OF THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOL “FRANCISCO DE MIRANDA”

Mission

Form the human resource that will have the mission to direct the construction of the new Venezuelan state inspired by the ideas of representative democracy, absolute separation of powers and collective political freedom.

Vision

Venezuela as a republic of free citizens, educated politically to exercise their freedom, in a representative democracy with absolute separation of powers and an efficient and modern state.

 

What is the School of Government “Francisco de Miranda”?

The Government School “Francisco de Miranda” is a permanent program of the Movement of Citizens for the Constitutional Republic (MCRC-Venezuela) for the formation of human resources that will be necessary in the reconstruction of Venezuela as a republic of free citizens once the democracy and overthrown the current dictatorship.

Why a School of Government?

The School of Government “Francisco de Miranda” tries to develop specific activities of investigation, reflection and formation of leaders and managers who will be in charge of the reconstruction tasks of the republic inspired by the ideas of representative democracy, absolute separation of powers and political freedom collective

Objectives

-General objectives:

Define thesis for the modernization of the State, the redesign of its institutions, and the redistribution of its functions based on the ideas of representative democracy, absolute separation of powers and collective political freedom.

Design research and extension processes around the theme of governance, public management and democracy

Contribute to increase the capacity of government through the development of government sciences and techniques.

-Specific objectives:

To become a center for research, analysis and study of the historical, constitutional and legal framework of the Venezuelan state.

Create a permanent training system in the functions of government and state.

Train in philosophy, politics and legislative technique to all those Venezuelans who show interest in participating in the constituent process.

Goals of the Government School “Francisco de Miranda”

Establish a program of permanent political, constitutional and administrative studies in digital format.

Create an editorial fund to disseminate content associated with training programs.

Broadly disseminate the ideas of representative democracy, absolute separation of powers and collective political freedom through social networks and modern technologies.

Carry out face-to-face meetings with the participants in the training programs.

Sign cooperation agreements with institutions and organizations to advance the goals of the government school.

Methodology

To achieve its objectives, the Government School “Francisco de Miranda” will use all available education and communication technologies, among others: classes, courses, talks, seminars, meetings, and publications in digital or face-to-face format.

Location

Although it would be ideal to locate all these activities in Venezuela, this is not possible due to the total absence of tolerance and freedom of thought. The academic offer of the Government School “Francisco de Miranda” will be available in digital format for those who live in Venezuela and the rest of the world. In-person activities will also be organized at the School’s headquarters for those people who can attend.

Financing

The Government School “Francisco de Miranda” is an initiative of citizens, without commercial purpose, which supports its activities with donations from individuals and non-profit organizations.

 

COURSES AND PROPOSED SUBJECTS

Introduction to the pure theory of the Republic

Introduction to the pure theory of Democracy

Fundamentals of collective political freedom

Voluntary servitude

The republican factor

Sense of the French Revolution

Spanishness

Introduction to philosophical materialism

The thought of Francisco de Miranda

The thought of de Juan German Roscio

The thought of Alexander Hamilton

The thought of James Madison

The thought of Abraham Lincoln

Introduction to the criticism of history

The analysis of the conjuncture

Constitutional History of Venezuela

Analysis of the independence process of Venezuela

Consensus and dissent

Iron Law of the oligarchy of parties

The degeneration of discourse and political narrative

Forms of government

Forms of state

Introduction to political economy

Geopolitics

The rules of the political and electoral game

The process of formation of laws

Tactic and political strategy

Economy and oil

Criticism of the French Revolution

Criticizes the American Revolution

The state of political parties