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[en] We propose a general flavor-independent extension of the Standard Model (SM) with the minimal particle content, based on the symmetry SU(3) × SU(2) × U(1) × U(1) × Z. In this scenario, the charge operator is identified in terms of the charges of two U(1) gauge symmetries. The light neutrino masses are generated via Type-I seesaw mechanism only with two heavy right-handed neutrinos acquiring their Majorana masses through the U(1) × U(1) symmetry breaking. We study various experimental constraints on the parameters of the model and investigate the phenomenology of the right-handed neutrino dark matter (DM) candidate assigned a Z-odd parity. We find that the most important constraints are the observed DM relic abundance, the current LHC limits, and the ambiguity of the SM neutral gauge boson mass.