Is it right to be president for more than 20yrs in a democratic country?
October 13, 2006 2:14pm CST
Democracy is a system of government were everybody has a right to his or her opinions without having to fear the ruling government. Presidents are electing by means of clean and fair elections. But looking around the world today, most countries are democratic by papers and dictatory by practice. Elections are rig year in year out as the incombent has all the powers and access to on going elections. This explains why opposition leaders get the majority on screens and in rallies but the incombent presidents have the majority on papers This explains why African countries some south American countries, Asian countreis have or had persons who satyed into the presidency long enough to have them called palaces. Such countries have economic crises as the incombent spends state money to buy those in possition to remove him out of power as the judges who do the declaration, and the military who stand by him so as to impose his vivtory on the defendless population.
23 Oct 06
I dont think so There are many other people with different perceptions 20 years is a long time Other leaders must be allowed to rule, though this is true that a president doesnt do much for a country, ie., he is just a powerful person on paper but still the eligible ones must be given a chance