Are you satisfied with the government in your country ?

Indonesia
December 21, 2011 11:17pm CST
In Indonesia, The government rating's of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Budiono (Vice President) continue to decline, due to several things, such as many cases of corruption are not completed, an unstable economy affected to raise the price of basic commodities....any many more.. I'm very dissatisfied with the government in my country. How about you ? Please specify your country !! Thanks for share !!!
16 responses
@wulania (1528)
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
not, i m from indonesia and i am 100percent absoluetly disappointed with my gobernment. they are a grou fo wolfves
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
Are you a civil servant teacher ? It seem you are very firmly say "100% disappointed". Which side of the government, you judge and make rate ?
@veganbliss (3903)
• Adelaide, Australia
22 Dec 11
You too, eh? Our government & our opposition have worked very, very hard, but I'm still dissatisfied with the government! I can't remember one single project they have undertaken that has had a successful end result. Anything they put their hand to seems to turn to mush! Our two-speed economy is hurting us all here. The world markets are showing some early signs of recovery, but still we seem to be forced to pay more for goods & services than just about anywhere else... so we're tending to buy more online from overseas where things are heaps cheaper, but then that's killing off our retail sector big time, which is affecting everything else it seems. Our sharemarket has always been a very poor performer, especially compared to Wall Street, and that affects things like my income & investments directly. Everyone around the world seems to be buying up big time on our Aussie Bonds because they still give the best return, even in these times. At the moment, their big issue is offshore processing/stopping people smugglers/illegal immigrant detention - that saga & both the government (who just gave themselves a huge pay rise, making our Prime Minister the second-highest earning leader in the world today!) & the opposition have forsaken their usual Christmas holiday break to forge a deal to solve this issue.
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
Thanks for detail response about economic failure in our country. The issue of slavery and smuggling also to be our government concern. Many unsolved problem.....It's look like the government do not anything.
@cearn25 (3460)
• Philippines
22 Dec 11
I am from the Philippines. His excellency President Benigno Aquino III Jr. hasn't been that very transparent with what he has done with the country. I can't feel any change especially in our economy. Everything is the same or even made worse. Indeed, I am not satisfied with the government of my country. They always talk but no action..
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
Philippine are my neighbors country. And I also saw on the news about development of your country. Many problem there, especially in political system.
@moneywinner (1866)
• Brazil
22 Dec 11
I'm from Brazil and definitely I'm not happy with our government. I don't know if you know, but politicians in Brazil are on the top 10 of the most corruptors. Every year, we have a new corruption scandal, but since the economy goes well and the government give free money to the poor, no one do anything to change it. It's sad, but it seems that everyone here already accepted the corruption and when a new big scandal appears no one is surprised anymore.
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
I don't know anything about politics in Brazil, I just only know about soccer players from your country. Corruption is the most worst crime in the world, I think the politic of giving free money to the poor, just only to divert the failure of economy. It was also conducted by Government of Indonesia. But it will not succeed. If government doesn't provide the hooks to be able to explore the potential of the people.
23 Dec 11
hey.. i am from india and i am totally insatisfied with my country's government, in my country if anyone try to good something for country then others will pull his leg and they will stop him and corruption in my country is at top level, you cant imagine..
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
23 Dec 11
iam indonesian..we are same my friend.. of course some field we are dissapointed..but we must give salute to some of our government do and efforts..it`s not easy and it takes our participation to help our government planning too
@anil2154 (145)
• India
22 Dec 11
Hi i am from india and the government in our country does very less for its citizens. The corruption has been the biggest problem in our country. Every second day a new scam comes up which involves the government leaders also. I have become fed up of this situation like many other people in my country. I just hope the situation changes which i think is changing as people are becoming more aware of their duties. Hopefully we will see a better india.
@ardieboi (195)
• Philippines
22 Dec 11
i'm from the Philippines. I'm also not satisfied with how our country operates.Corruption is persistent. Good thing our president is a good man with a disgust to corrupt officials. He makes it a mission to rid the country of corruption.
@aman1981 (793)
• India
22 Dec 11
every country people is not satisfied with the govt as they have not proved himself good according to the people. as govt has not successful to complete this agenda during in election... all the govt employee is corrupted and corruption is the main things in the world..
@sjlskl (3385)
• Singapore
22 Dec 11
Many in my country are unhappy with the government. Prices has gone up to astronomical proportion. From housing, to transport, to food. While some are due to external factors, like food, many arise due to some of the policies that the government had implemented. Election was held earlier this year and the incumbent had managed to secure the majority of the seats. But if things does not change soon, they will find it harder the next time round.
• Philippines
22 Dec 11
No, I'm not satisfied with our government here in the Philippines. I know that in every governments there are some flaws, It is so impossible that there will be a unity especially when it comes to this Politician. The President is striivng hard so that the Philippines will be a corruption free country but then even if he is not corrupt, some of his subordinate is corrupt.
• India
22 Dec 11
I am from India. Here the government is totally bloody, They eat human beings.
@ChoukseyMK (1018)
• India
22 Dec 11
no government can make everyone happy, even sometimes to a party worker.
• Indonesia
22 Dec 11
I am an Indonesian. I was fine with Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Budiono. I almost feel nothing so important in my life that is happening under their leadership. I don't even care what was going on here in my country. I have to tell you that I did take care of myself. Maybe to them who depended their life on the govt system, for e.g people who work for the govt, they are badly hoping there was something that they really to get, is different from me who work independently for myself. So far, their govt are okay according to me, but they have so much to be repaired and get repaired. It is their tough job to be the responsible man under our country's problem. We as are citizen showing our respect to them and must have an attitude to do the best for our good sake and govt as well. We don't need any complain, but we need solution.
@franne32 (696)
• Philippines
22 Dec 11
I'm from the Philippines. No, I am not satisfied with our government, but I do hope that they'll show some improvement in the near future.
@tessa9 (1086)
• Philippines
22 Dec 11
I am in the Philippines right now and I am not at all satisfied on how the government is running the country at this moment. I don't really know if the president is at all competent. I know he is smart but I don't know if he is that smart to run a country. There are definitely things that he can improve on.