Skillocracy

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Types of government

Skillocracy is a form of government where individuals are legally and professionally judged based on skill, knowledge and experience rather than by an individual's biological age. The primary purpose of Skillocracy is to give younger individuals (primarily teens/young adults) more rights and abilities within a nation's government.

Macronational Examples

While no Skillocratic states currently exist at this time, some macronational examples of small scale Skillocratic laws exist. Most noticeably the legal voting age in Argentina being sixteen years.

Micronational Examples

Examples of micronations that currently employ the idea of Skillocracy either officially or through Skillocratic legislature: