Maoist leaders Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Baburam Bhattarai were calling on voters to give them a two-thirds majority and hoping that they would again be the largest party. Analysts had predicted that the Maoists would lose their CA I strength but not this drastically. The Nepali Congress hoped to be largest party. To UML’s credit, it carefully said its main competitor was going to be NC, as the result borne out. Everyone was shocked by the election results, but no one more than Mr. Dahal was.
For some time past, the mind boggling scams after scams had he... ... middle of paper ... ...no qualms in forming a government that has been invited to form it. The re-election should be imposed on people only after all the options are exhausted. AAP’s pig-headed stance has blocked all roads leading to the formation of government in Delhi and there is also no any guarantee of this that clear majority shall not be illusive again to it in the aftermath of the re-election. Bind up AAP has presented a great case that election could be won with the promises of good governance and without the help of sizable amounts of flow of cash or wine also, Although its leaders and particularly Arvind Kejariwal should give it a thought that if they shall keep on challenging the system from outside or they would run the risk of destabilizing it or yet enter it to change the standards of the creaking and rusty machinery of the present stinking system. mjuiokjmn
A ruler cannot show any weakness, or else he will no longer be feared enough to keep him in power, and he will be overthrown. Everybody sees what a ruler seems to be, but few really know who he is. A ruler must seem determined and moral to the people, and show positive results from his leadership. The most important thing for a ruler to do is to avoid being hated or despised by the people, which could occur if a ruler took people's property. For the people, more than the form of power, their perception of power may be the most important for a ruler to maintain his position.
Probably the best description of irresponsibility of modern politicians was provided by Frances E. Lee in 2013”: ““Political irresponsibly” means taking little interest in the immediate or short-term policy consequences of one’s actions and instead looking with hope toward a future electoral victory. Irresponsibility in politics takes many forms. But, in general, it means a failure to make a good faith effort to participate constructively in legislative problem solving. Irresponsible politicians can always allow the perfect to be the enemy of the good. They can champion unrealistic initiatives that are “all gain and no pain,” such as new tax cuts or government spending without regard for fiscal balance” (Lee, 2013, p.
“It is hypocritical for a person to comme... ... middle of paper ... ...would truly know their innocence. Thoreau’s ideas don’t work in 1984 because they were not written for 1984. Thoreau’s main focus was the perverseness of his country’s government systems and hypocritical laws. He wrote in a time and place where one had the ability to speak their mind and protest, while Orwell wrote of a time where those privileges cease to exist. Thoreau demands the maintenance of individuality, a quality one sees fairly well in a democracy.
Although the fare revision was the first in almost a decade, and well supported by the public and the railway workers union, still the new fares was not implemented. Instead, Dinesh Trivedi had to resign from the ministry, amidst massive pressure from his party, which did not want to lose the pro-poor image by hiking fares, even for Air Conditioned travel. Global rating agency, FITCH, recently cut its outlook for India to negative from stable because of the absence of policy reforms. According to FITCH analyst Art Woo, “India’s patchy performance on policy implementation, a... ... middle of paper ... ... work, or that it might need some changes to work effectively, or that the bill is meant to be for the betterment of the people, then they have every right to voice their opinion. India, after all, is a free country.
There will be no voices heard if our local community might be in need of help, and we will not know how to respond when something goes horribly wrong because we will claim we did n... ... middle of paper ... ...e everything you hear lightly, and keep your sense of truth. Politics can be a difficult subject to become interested in if you feel as though you don't relate to anything that is being discussed. The only way is to get involved. Media has a strong effect on our world, country, state, city, town, and neighborhood. What you don't know will hurt you more than that you do know.
There should be proper cooperation between government and the political parties; otherwise the project cannot be constructed. The conflict in the nation really degraded the willpower in the countrymen. In every step in this sector, the permission of the finance ministry is required. The projects constructed only fulfilled seasonal energy necessities, they could not get continued. The role of government wasn't impressionable.
I had not even heard of the conflict before reading the book, which only goes to show how isolated from the rest of the world North America can be at times. Learning about the war made me think about the fact that North America had not made in effort to help at all in Sierra Leone, yet when things got unpleasant in countries like Iraq, we almost immediately interfered. This leads to my belief that when it comes down to it, North Americ... ... middle of paper ... ...simple style, and sheds some light on the horrors of war. The book also shares some knowledge with the reader on the civil war in Sierra Leone, a war before reading this book I never knew happened. The Bite of the Mango is also a brutally honest book, not holding back the gruesome details of Mariatu’s journey.
Many countries got attacked and the League did not do anything to help. The league basically just gave them a slap on the wrist and let them do what they have been doing. The league was a great sounding plan and had an even better purpose. The sole purpose of the League of Nations was to insure countries that they would bring stability and peace, so tha... ... middle of paper ... ... the league and when they attacked, they got no punishment for it. (BBC News) The main reason most people were mad about those wars is because they did not help out on any other wars and when these two wars broke out everybody already had enough tension that it was finally enough to put it over the top and finally end the league.