In both European and western countries there is a significant number of research institutes that study such problems as: "unsettled democracy", "loosened democracy", "controlled democracy" and "unguided democracy". They only examine the top, so to speak, "iceberg of Democracy", overlooking the main part: the "underwater part of democracy", the "warm" and "cold" current, the "invisible forces of democracy".
The research institutes prescribe how to treat our and your Democracy. They suggest a specific "Democracy Mixture" which, in my point of view, can be used only in diluted form.
The reader might ask the question: Which part is missing in the "Theory of Democracy"? That is, let's say, a small three-volume book in leather binding does not exist:
Volume I - The Economics of the Legislative Power Branch
Volume II - The Economics of the Executive Power Branch
Volume III - The Economics of the Judicial Power Branch
Having such a three-volume book, we would realize what is the economic essence of the state power sphere. But today, as of this moment, we are in a sticky situation. The state power sphere has its headquarters, but the economic theory of the state power sphere is missing.