Than you for the comments.
Yes - I do think the 100 Euro fee is unfair to those that cannot afford it. I also think that it is unfair to those that cannot afford it, to not have the 100 Euros fee.
Let me explain my view on this.
Everyone want's services form Asgardia Government.
This government employees needs to be paid a salary to perform their work as this is full time work and not part time internet games.
There is no economy in Asgardia to Tax, because there is no Government to put it in place yet.
There are people that are financially capable of supporting the creation of Asgardia Government and indirectly the economy.
We need to have a minimum level of financial support from people to put Government in place to show their commitment and to try and balance the future budgets.
Once Government is in place, the Economy can be developed and stimulated.
Once the Economy produces a Taxable income, Asgardia can Tax the economic
activities and fund the Government.
Once the Economy can fund Government fully, the idea is to scrap the Citizenship Fee, and transform it to a one time Citizenship Application and Processing Fee.
Anyone applying for and gaining Citizenship, will receive such Government services as are available at that point in time.
People financially capable of helping fund the development of this Government, is called Residents.
People that cannot help fund this Government at this time, is called Followers.
Residents and Followers have the same benefits, except that Residents will at some point in the future, be first in line to have their Citizenship applications evaluated when such process starts and in the meantime they will receive a Resident Identification Card valid for the period of the funds they paid.
Allowing people that can financially contribute, to do so, and gain a new title (Resident) and an Identification card, and be first in line, is a small token of consideration.
Nothing that anyone that signed up to Asgardia have now, is taken away from those that cannot afford to pay the Citizenship Fee.
The sooner we get a working Economy, and everything else needed to get it going, the sooner we can scrap the Citizenship Fee, especially for those that cannot afford to contribute.
Parliament is just one part of the Governance Structure :
Parliament - Legislative Powers
Government - Executive Powers
Justice - Judiciary Powers
This is my take on this issue.