If a person with confidence believes the government is mistaken they may cause a revolt. The government in Anthem is trying to take away the confidence of their civilians so they cannot believe they could survive without the house of council; if they keep all the
Qutb believed in a vanguard elite that would decide how the self-interested masses would live as they realised the general will of the masses thereby constraining the effect of individualism as less freedom given to decide their own affairs thus promoting a sense of cohesion and unity within the society. On the other hand, Strauss saw the role of the elites in promoting myths to regain control of society. He believed that the elite were to sell the public on the myth of a nation or religion even if they choose to ignore such beliefs themselves. This would have the same effect of curtailing individualism but in a different manner than Qutb’s brotherhood. Another key difference between the two lies in the approach they took to advancing their agenda.
It is depends on the existing firms and the “height” of barriers to entry that attributes of an industry’s structure. The threat of new entrants will affect by: Firstly, the economics of scale as “high” barriers to entry into the industry that can make the industry more attractive because of the existing firms can earn expect above normal profits. Secondly, the product differentiations that the existing firms have their own brand identification and customer loyalty that will lead to new entrants use more costs to start other industry and then reduce their potential return. Thirdly, cost advantages independent of scale mean that the existing firms have a whole range of cost advantages. There are proprietary technology, managerial know-how, favorable access to raw materials, and learning-curve cost advantages.
Dismissing religion-based explanation, this narrative establishes that Boko Haram is a localised symptom of a wider malaise, namely structural poverty and exclusion, across Nigeria. Indeed, the corrupt political elites, by failing to foster development, have condemned the country to socio-economic deprivation . As a response, Boko Haram has been trying to replace malfunctioning secular institutions with Sharia – the Islamic law that regulates a Muslim’s life. Overall, this discourse assigns blame to the ruling elite as it deems it unable develop a model of good governance in Nigeria. Hence, the solution would be to replace the central government with one that successfully delivers security and development.
As such, policy changes in the electoral rules are assumed to be potential drivers of electoral violence. In order to get to office, ‘election’ is the legal tool. However, election results can be manipulated by using electoral violence (Khan I. H., 2010). Moreover, violence can also be a means to control competition in the (pre-electoral) candidate nomination process. Sometimes, patrons can also change the law so as to manipulate election results (Norris,
The idea that the people come first and the idea that people should rule the government and furthermore that the government was for all the people and not just the people in power. Communist and democrats also agree that they were against complete and total government authority and tried to remove the power of authority and that They were for a society where everyone was treated alike. Not everyone in a democratic environment would agree that democracy is fairly ran this way because of the minority- majority rule of thought, however the basis for both structures was supposed to establish the power to the people. It is safe to say that another definite similarity is the fact that the people of each denomination still question methods of the governmental controls and just how much power the people
For the produced which are adding values to the product the switching cost of company will have low bargaining power because it will directly affect the customers .Company have to keep good relation with supplier to take pleasure in the benefit of discounted price. In that situation buyer will have soaring bargaining power. When automobile company can go for backward integration in that case buyer have the high bargaining power. When buyer power is strong, the buyer is the one who sets the price in the market. Due to prevalence of alternative options the impact of customers on the product is high.
‘Political dynasties’ generally refer to traditional political families or the practices by these political families of monopolizing political power and public offices from generation to generation and treating the public elective office almost as their personal property. This problem is controversial to this generation since it is detrimental impact in the country. It gives us a horrific outcome in the progress of the state. However, this will provide a long term process in contrast to the other politicians which only have short term in the politics. Moreover, a political dynasty emerges when an current elected official has at least one relative in elected office in the past or the present government.
I think that this is a good system to be used in our country but like I said before I’m not sure if Filipinos can handle it or if peace will remain. Another is that with the current qualifications for the presidential position I don’t think we’ll be able to have an effective one since I think the following candidates will just be actors and create a very catchy theme song to win the elections. Though authoritarian system promotes aggression it is a good system to discipline a country that is full of corrupt people and criminals that aren’t afraid of the law since they are being tolerated by it. Moreover, if the power of the leader is abused and is misused this may lead to a lot of dangers. Like killing the wrong people.
There is a rise of populism, on the one side, and the militancy, on the other side. With this increasing corrupted political leaders as well as militancy, the democracy and the stability of the country is at threat. In this context, the paper will evaluate the position of Bangladesh as a democratic country structured into four parts including an introduction, democracy in Bangladesh, the emerging challenges to democracy in Bangladesh, and concluding remarks. Democracy Democracy is the rule by the people where the voice of the people is important in any decision affecting them. Indeed, people are the sovereign of the state, in a sense that they choose their own representative or government to be governed by them.