Socio-political challenges post- New Order Suharto’s New Order regime was blatantly corrupt and filled with nepotism, this mixed with the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis left a legacy of socio-political challenges for subsequent reformasi governments. These challenges include the legacy of authoritarianism, corruption, depoliticised civil society, a powerful military and an inefficient judiciary and government. (Pohlman) The different reformasi governments failed to comprehensively resolve these challenges, leaving Indonesia riddled in uncertainty, and thus leading to its economic sluggishness. ALL NEW RESEIMES ARE HARD TO IMPLIMENT SO MAY OF CONTRIBUTED TO THE ECONOMIC CLIMATE - Government & Business The post- New Order regimes have had to try and manage the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis (AFC), while simultaneously dealing with the repercussions of the Suharto regime. An area that this greatly impacted was the Indonesian business sector, which was struggling between the flight of the capital during the AFC, the IMF regulations and changes, and its corrupt business culture.
Justice is more than ensuring that the greatest number of people are happy; it is also ensuring that each party has its fair share of offices and honours thus ensuring that both classes are well represented in the partnership. Justice is all about balance and mixing claims and beliefs so that each part has a share and the middle class is able to create stability and avoid extreme ruling. A polity is the best type of partnership because the majority of citizens have power most of the time; compromise and balance allow for happiness; merit is preserved, but those who were without wealth and property have a voice in politics because of the mass
But it is not that simple. Democracy is a very complex system where translating votes by the people into representation has been an issue. Such complexity in the system is the reason why often votes of a large number of people of a state are not properly translated into representation. This comes as a disappointment to the population and discourages them from voting further because they think their vote does not matter and their vote will not make any difference. Apart from the complexities in the electoral systems, democratic system of the government as a whole has many flaws.
Often people wish for world peace, but how often does this wish get granted? Who is willing to answer such a wish? Today the U.N. and political leaders are finding way to secure this wish so that someday we will live in a world that doesn't have war and violence. Others though are studying a much more abstract way of looking at the world that if done by every individual, would create a paradigm shift in the interpretation of the world, the universe, and peace. I believe in taking a realistic approach to most everything, but sometimes people can’t limit themselves to selfless outlooks and complete fairness, which leaves me with what I believe to be the last option: an alternative perspective on life.
Use of ‘hard power’, and military intervention are generally unwelcome, and we must consider that this could have long lasting consequences for both democratic and un-democratic nations, and whether international efforts are not best put towards co-operation to ensure we meet the oncoming difficulties of climate change on a united front. This is not to say that all democracy promotion should cease; ‘soft power’ democracy promotion is beneficial and generally welcome in most countries. A shift to democracy is best undertaken with guidance and support from those democratic ‘veteran’ countries, in order to ensure the best outcome for all.
Peace is an important part because it asks a simple question to everybody, “can peaceful communities prevail without seeking justice and equality all the time?” Government has the responsibility to structure society and encourage virtuous behavior (Lao Tzu). The necessity of peace and justice is vital as it can cause the government and societies to tumble into chaos. The thought of having peace can create new ideas and can truly lead to new experiences this world has yet to discover. It would be unique watching different cultures mingling and sharing ideas with each other, without any fear. That is a vision that is yet to be
How a leader can change a society Leaders of the world and of any country particular plays most important role to achieve genuine happiness of its people. Good and capable leader leads its people and country to a peace and prosperity, while the cruel and incapable leader bring people to the world of sufferings and ultimately ruin country. Leader must not only be educated and experienced but it is important to be a compassionate and sensible to the problems faced by their people. Leaders of the government should win the trust of people by being strategically friendly avoiding any kind of provocation or war with neighboring countries and must also allow a degree of transparency in the day to day working and the governance of the country. In my view most important character of a good leader is that they must be compassionate.
The issue has brought about poverty, corruption, violence, and the lack of human rights. The people in which they represent have difficulty accessing the state (240). With a great amount of poor people, they are the ones who are not helped. This inability of the state causes populism, increasing the chances of a proper democracy to take place (240). State reform has been a struggle to obtain in Latin America due to corruption.
The DRC’s history of kleptocracy is a contributor to chronic instability and a limited capacity as a governing body. b. The DRC’s government lacks accountability and the inab...
Though some military governments do perservere for years and years without being overthrown, their inability to run the state efficiently forces the military to restore democracy or to stage another overthrow of the government. Also, because the military government itself takes power through no regular process as other, more stable forms of government, but simply seizes it, they encounter the problem of legitimacy. Lastly, coalitions internally are in itself a whole other government. The weakness and competition present between these coalitions usually causes the downfall of the military government and installment of a new civilian-run government decided so by the general consensus. Generally, all military governments will fail in time and return to it previous government or evolve to a whole new governmental system with a revolution.