In contrast, the sphere harmonious state is NON-CORRUPTABLE by definition. The harmonious state distributes the legislative, executive and judicial power EQUALLY among sphere classes by selecting representatives from them in each state body. EACH sphere class is equal on force to other sphere classes within the branches of governmental power. Therefore each sphere class will provide the full control over activity of others, making ANY corruption impossible. But the main basis for all state bodies of the sphere classes becomes the general IDEOLOGY of harmony, which is incompatible with corruption. This distinguishes this ideology from all other ideologies and democracies, which are compatible with corruption.
All sphere classes (SPHERONS) have one goal: social harmony. And all sphere classes have one social ideal: a harmonious civilization. Therefore, sphere classes, by their nature, are harmonious. Simultaneously, every sphere class has the SPECIFIC way to realize this goal and ideal albeit at different levels (global, regional, national and local), in different spaces (West-East, North-South, Continents, etc.), in the different conditions defined by its different levels, and by the quality of development of each sphere in each concrete place and time. Every sphere class has political parties (one or several) that, as well as classes, have onE political end: social harmony. But these parties, as well as their classes, have DIFFERENT political ways of movement toward this purpose. The primary goal of parties is to coordinate and harmonize among themselves the political ways and methodology to reach one political end and to provide politically coordinated and harmonious movement of the sphere classes to one purpose and one ideal. Such parties create the HARMONIOUS STATE and HARMONIOUS POLITICAL SYSTEM.
That is why the harmonious state does not know corruption — why it is BEYOND corruption. Therefore, this state essentially differs from the industrial states that are always corrupted and differ only in the amount and degree of corruption.