Social programs of any state are financed from the budget. If we discard all bureaucratic subtleties, the situation develops as follows: taxpayers from among legal and private individuals hold the disabled part of the population (pensioners, invalids, children) and citizens who do not have permanent earnings.
Northern Barkant completely abandoned the vicious practice of mutual settlement with the population. As Koroleva said, "caring for citizens incapable of providing for themselves should lie on the shoulders of the state, and not become another headache for ordinary people and private entrepreneurs."
The total rejection of part of the social insurance programs allowed the citizens of the Kingdom to be released from the numerous financial obligations accepted in other countries. Such social security principles guarantee the personal freedom and economic independence of each member of society. All citizens have the right to choose whether they agree to provide additional assistance to the least provided categories of citizens and in what form this will occur.
This approach completely excludes bureaucracy and corruption, providing the maximum effect from both large-scale state social protection programs and targeted charitable actions. Analysts note the high efficiency of such a scheme of social protection and a noticeable increase in civil liability.