I have realised that what we are doing wrong all this time is the following :
Goverment has two main entities, the internal affairs and external affairs (domestic and foreign).
I have realised, that domestic and foreign affairs are both decided or at least hugely influenced by parties who have no idea of the matter.
For example, a doctor, a farmer, an engineer, a pleb in general, doesn't have the necessary knowledge (mostly) and experience in order to make a good decision on foreign policy or a states economy topic etc. Yet, they get to vote governments according to these things.
Also, a diplomat, a member of the states elite doesn't have a real understanding of what is going on the ground and what the true consequences of his reforms will have on the daily life of the "plebs". Yet they get to decide about lots of things on such matters.
My point is, in this current state of system, there are always wrong people on the wrong places with the wrong roles.
My idea is a state that is organised most democratically on the low ranks, but organised most authoritarian on the highest ranks.
Neighbourhoods would be organised in many small communities, in which communities there shall be practiced direct democracy for matters of the plebs daily life.
Many of these communities will make many different "districts" or "counties" the naming doesn't really honestly matter.
And in my head in these districts a system similar to the USA states could be applied.
Each "state" could set their own laws and have some kind of autonomy in some level, even set their own taxes etc within certain levels and boundaries that the central goverment would define (max /min etc).
And each "state" has its own goverment.
Now when it comes to the central goverment things will be very different. There should be a monarch. It would be exactly as a monarchy would be. The monarch is the absolute ruler, but of course if he can't do something in a state 1)if its against the constitution and 2)against this particular states law.
But he has the obsolete word when it comes to foreign affairs etc
As you all know a monarch never acts on his own. He has his whole counsel and ministries on everything. Thus an elite group of people will be in charge of the more complex and difficult matters such as foreign affairs and economics of the state.
Governors would be appointed around the different regions of the country to oversee the developments in their appointed regions, live there, and make sure that everything is going well, they are the connection line between the people and the monarch.
Every community and by extension every state will and can express their problems concerns etc to their own governor. The governor himself has duty to report such stuff on his own too. Thus the" king "always has a view of what's going on the ground.
And if course the monarchs role is to guarantee the freedom and democracy of his people.
In such a system, plebs can keep busy with their own problems while the elite can keep busy with the more important and complex problems. People are free to elect their own governments who will govern them locally and they'll be dealing only with them most of the time.
The only thing that the central goverment will have direct saying to is military drafts etc, basic economic regulation boundaries (and from there each state gets to decide its own policy within these boundaries or can make specific deals with the central goverment) and nothing else.
Here is a monarchy, whose people live in democracy. Democracy for pleb matters, monarchy for elite matters. That way everyone wins and life is easier for everyone.