It's becoming more accepted that current Governments are built upon outdated legislation and ethics that are not compatible with the modern era. Some may also argue they hinder innovation, are inefficient and rarely allow participation of the people. There are challenges with improving and changing government but there are countries and organisations looking for ways to address these.
"Most governments are woefully outdated. They reflect concerns of the late 19th Century, when many of them came into being: communication was expensive and data difficult to come by, so they were organised into tightly structured, hierarchal silos linked to specific functions, such as security or justice.
Today, the world is radically more interlinked, fast-moving and information-rich. But our governments aren’t."