By John Dow
The enforcers (sovereigns) produce law, and as a consequence, markets. The taxpayers (subjects) use the markets, under the law, as consumers of market goods, services, and information.
I would advocate a constitution as a contract of mutually enforced recipriocity (justice) between enforcers.
I would advocate the enforcers appoint a supreme justice (or supreme court of justices) as supreme authorities on the application of the constitution.
I would advocate the enforcers appoint a governor-general (president) as supreme commander (chief executive) of the enforcers.
And, I would advocate a senate to represent them in negotiations with other sovereigns (foreign policy), and with their customers (taxpayers) who I would advocate have their own house of representatives they elect to negotiate on their behalf with the enforcer elected senate (economic policy).