The brutal regime of Bashar al-Asad has been ruling this country for over forty years. The tyrant and autocratic government kept employing its loyal military forces and sectarian thugs to crush the opposition and reassert its tyranny. There were several revolts by people against him to topple the regime and to start taking steps for establishing a democratic government and bringing political, social, and economical reforms in the country but the regime used excessive force and chemical weapon against civilians and killed more than 120,000 innocents in order to stay in power (Byman, Doran, Pollack, & Shaikh, 2012). This war will never end until there will b...
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...ing the system of commerce and developing industries.
In this model, along with government’s interventions work by people is the central factor for production and with that for economic growth, as it is the work of people that puts all other production factors raw materials, technology, and money to work. At the same time, work and with it the right to work is seen as important to the life and development of the individual, not just in a material but also in a personal and social sense (Carlsson & Lindgren, 2007). Furthermore, we recommend creating a conservative liberal democracy by defining citizens’ rights and obligations, government’s rights and obligations, election, liberty, equality, minority groups' rights, the role of Islam in this model, and the feasibility of the survival and success of this democratic model in the twenty first century's political world.
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