Tinisazil is the process through which goods and services are provided to the citizens of the Union of Tinis in place of a more conventional economic system. The ownership of the means of production has been compared to both socialism and communism but has an execution different from both of those socio-political methods, and has more in practice in common with system based in thermodynamic-economics.


The goal of Tinisazil is to provide a sufficient standard of living for all citizens of Tinis who wish to participate. Technically participation is voluntary as one could opt to not work and not accept goods and services from the system. However, if one opts to not work, that individual will still be offered minimal food, clothing (where and when needed), medical care, and shelter. However, those whom don't work but accept these things will receive only the lowest quality unprocessed foods, clothing only during seasons or in areas where going without clothing would be dangerous, and housing insufficient other than having a place to sleep (typically the kitchens and bathrooms in these cases are communal). The bright side is that medical care for all citizens is of high quality. This is due to the fact that sick people are less likely to want to work or be able to, motivated or not.

This goal of minimal living standards plays well into the secondary goal of promoting production of needed goods and supplying needed services. This is done through providing higher standards of living to those whom work, and even higher level's to those who work in areas that are needed for basic services to be maintained (farming, mining, distribution, construction, medical care, ect). This incentive structure helps ensure that there are sufficient workers for key industries and professions. The scale has changed over time but has pretty much settled at this point. There are exceptions to the scale for those with children or whom are effectively married (sharing a house with your mate(s) is considered efficient) and thus the use of shared space can result in upgrades in other areas, typically food.



The councils make up the primary unit of the Tinisazil system. Each council is composed of a general body of workers, and an elected operating council that administers the day to day operations of the group, coordinates exchanges with other councils and the government, and proposes rule changes for the council. Operating councils are required to be elected by and from the workers of the Council that it will run, with varying other requirements, and no member of the operating council can server more than one consecutive term in a position. Most operating councils are composed of a general council (size dependent on the size of the organization, but typically five to fifteen members), a chairmen, a secretary, a trade operator, and an omnibus. Some councils have other positions (advertising, safety, quality control, ect).

Most councils act as either the producer of goods (typically not limited to one type of item) or a provider of services (such as dispensing goods), and in some cases both. Goods produced by a single council can range from everything from food stuffs, to art, to buildings, to cars, to shoes, to shelves, but most councils concentrate on a specific area of productions, such as construction, pharmaceuticals, clothing, or food.

All councils are regulated for minimal quality standards, safety, and health quality depending on the product being produced.

National Councils

National councils are councils that are in many ways de facto extensions of the federal Tinisian government. Their operating council, as with other councils, elected by the workers and from the workers, but provisions exist for all except the general council to be fired by the First Speaker if the First Speaker can demonstrate reason and gain approval from the Upper Chamber of Speakers. Note that lack of disapproval is sometimes all that is necessary for the firing for any case except a chairman. However, the First Speaker can mandate rules for national councils to a point provided they don't violate law mandated rules for the council.

National councils lack trade operators, instead, having First Speaker appointed distribution engineers (whom serve 7 year terms). Distribution engineers are typically charged with ensuring the council is acting to produce what it is supposed to, and making sure what ever it is they produce is going to where the federal government mandates it go. As the details of where the council should be sending or doing its work is clear, no negotiations are typically necessary in this position, but if they are, or there is a problem with getting the job done, the distribution engineer's job is to handle such.

State Councils

State councils act similarly to the national council, except the executive influence comes from the state governors. To the federal government, state councils are treated the same as any other non-federal based council.

Efficiency Council

The Efficiency Council is a unique council amongst the rest. In many ways it operates as a Federal Council, however there are a few key differences. The first is that it is not a singular group, but made up of several sub councils that each have their own operating council, but collectively elect an operating council for the group as a whole. Each sub council works on figuring out how to improve the operation of a particular section of Tinisazil, including, but not limited to, a sub council that works to figure out better ways for other councils to operate, another that comes up with effective distribution schemes and trade patterns, and several that handle things like traffic and power grids.

The Efficiency Council weekly provides a report to the Chamber of Speakers with details of the effectiveness of the current state of Tinisazil and ways to improve it. Typically the reports suggest small changes, but typically once a quarter one of the sub councils compiles a report on bigger items that need modification.

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