The nomination election in the municipality is as follows. As shown in the diagram above, Prout Village has a hierarchy of five circles, so the municipality organizes one to five town councils, and each council has its own head and deputy head. Each town council has its own head and deputy head.

(5) Circle with a diameter of 49 m. 5 town councils

The 5 chiefs are about 2,352 people in the entire Village. Representatives of 6 houses. 5 chiefs, 5 deputy chiefs, and 6 houses)

(4)Circle with a diameter of 148 m. 4 town councils

The 4 chiefs represent about 336 people in the entire Village. 4 chiefs, 4 deputy chiefs, 7 fifth chiefs, and 7 deputy fifth chiefs make up this group.)

(3)Circle with a diameter of 444 m. 3 town councils

The 3 chiefs are about 48 people in the whole Village. 3 chiefs, deputy 3 chiefs, 4 chiefs 7 people, deputy 4 chiefs 7 people)

(2) Circle with a diameter of 1333m 2 Town Councils

The 2 chiefs are about 7 people in the whole Village. 2 chiefs, deputy 2 chiefs, 3 chiefs 7 people, deputy 3 chiefs 7 people)

(1) Circle with a diameter of 4km 1 town council

The 1 chief is one person in the entire Village; consists of 1 chief, 1 deputy chief, 7 second chiefs, and 7 deputy second chiefs)

The 2 chiefs and 2 deputy chiefs of 1 town council, out of a total of 14 people, become the 1 chief and deputy 1 chief of Prout Village. These two people will also be a combination of men and women. Therefore, if the first chief is female, the deputy first chief will be male. The next head is automatically decided by the deputy head, but the deputy head is decided by a vote of the two heads and deputy heads of the town council, and the representatives of the other levels are elected by the same vote. The head or deputy head of the higher level organization joins the lower level organization, and the remaining two heads of one town council represent the general affairs department, medical and food department, manufacturing department, and design department. The remaining two heads of one town council will represent the General Affairs, Medical, Food, Manufacturing, and Design departments, and the two town councils that have produced a head or deputy head will select a new head or deputy head to join the first town council.

The nomination election begins with five town councils, and one person is nominated from the residents of the circle where the six residences of the residents are located. Each time a subordinate organization's head is replaced by a higher organization, a new head is appointed, alternating between men and women. This continues until the President of the World Federation.

Once a year, a nomination election day is held, and if the head and deputy head are re-elected, they keep their roles. If they are not re-elected, the head is elected from the remaining members of the organization, again alternating between men and women. After that, the town council above the one from which the dismissed head came sends one new head to the town council below it, and the town council above it elects a new head. Again, if the predecessor is a man, the new head is elected from among the women. In this way, when a new head is needed at the time of the annual vote, the head is filled from one town council on a priority basis. This way, the new head or deputy head will not be skipped and join a lower town council.

In this way, the new head or deputy head can be prevented from joining a lower-ranking town council by skipping a step. In this way, it is also possible that there will be a succession of people who have never been the head of a town council and will automatically move down from the position of deputy head to join a lower-ranking organization. However, since there is a nomination election once a year, if a person is clearly unsuitable in terms of ability, he or she will be dismissed within a year.

This is to prevent the residents from becoming indifferent to the nomination election and the chief, and at the same time to make it easy to replace the chief if he is not suitable. If no head is re-elected, he or she loses his or her position and, if nominated again, joins from the five town councils. In this way, the metabolism of generational change is improved.

If there is a problem in the neighborhood, the residents go to the head or deputy head of the five town councils for advice. If necessary, the head of the 5 town councils will gather the neighbors and try to solve the problem through dialogue. If the problem is still not solved, they go to the fourth head of the town council, who is one level below them, and solve it through dialogue as a larger problem. In this way, whenever a problem arises, it is solved through dialogue, and each chief gains experience in a small organization and grows into a chief. In this case, the true strength of the head and deputy head is revealed when they are faced with a problem that has no answer.

The right of nomination starts at the age of 10, and unless there is a specific reason, the local government always asks for nominees. 10 years old is when the second growth phase begins for both males and females, and the mind and body begin to visibly change from a child to an adult. The mind and body begin to change visibly from a child to an adult, and they begin to have a clear will of their own. There is a period of dependence on parents and a period of independence after birth, and this milestone is set at age 10.

All residents have the right to nominate a child, but they must have lived there for at least one year. The reason for this is to avoid nominating someone who has just moved to a new town and has not met many of the residents of the five town councils.