Morocco had a revolution in the middle of the 21st century. And the king itself organised it - he was the first in the world to transfer most of his power to an artificial intelligence. The system is called «Malaika» - in Islam it is a name of an invisible intelligent creature that carries out Allah’s direct orders.
The royal family started to invest in intelligent systems back in the previous century, and now Malaika has most of the responsibilities of a prime minister. Both chambers of the parliament - Majlis – used to have almost 600 members. Now a dozen party representatives are enough; it is fast and easy to poll all citizens on any issue. Malaika gathers this data daily, analyzes it, and consults experts and randomly chosen citizens to shape a consensus. Although the Moroccan monarch still has a right, as before, to amend the parliament’s decisions and even to completely dissolve it, this pioneering approach has given all Moroccans a sense of meaningful participation.
The judicial branch has become even more independent: Members of the Supreme Court, previously appointed by the king, have been replaced by a different and judicious version of the all-knowing and incorruptible Malaika.