To be a politician means to occupy a very special position. We elect them so that they create and develop laws and rules for the society we live in. Moreover, as taxpayers we trust them with our money so that they spend it in order to gain benefits for us all later. Thus, being a politician is not like any other job on the globe.
If you decided to become a politician it is not that easy: you cannot choose to be it. Instead you have to be chosen to this position. You have to win an election, and you will need some help to reach this summit. Single-handed it`ll be incredibly complicated.
Like an every other job this one has its pros and cons. This job is incredibly demanding. Of course, it is very satisfying to be a chef, but initially the salary will be low and working hours just terrible. So, working as a politician has following pros: Read More →
The political regime is a set of forms and methods of political power. At first glance it comes to assessing only the functional component in the structure of the political system. In fact, the political regime characterizes the conditions of work of state bodies, political organizations and movements, and the specifics of political relations and forms of ideology, the type of political culture, etc. It reflects the level of political freedom and the relationship between power, society and the individual. In other words, the political system embodies the essential features of the political system as a whole. Read More →
We all adore talking to other people: to ask their mind, to advice them something, to find out their opinion. Every person has his or her own favourite topic to discuss. It is extremely difficult when you have no one to discuss those interests you have in mind. You will try to find an Internet chat that will suit you the best. Maybe chats with serious topics will suit? Then politics is definitely for you. The majority of people consider politics such a topic that they should stay clear of. Perhaps, this is because of impossibility to find the ultimate decision since politics always causes contrary opinions and emotions. Read More →
An ordinary citizen who wants to influence policy, usually joins the group, party or movement, which political positions are the same or similar to his own. A member of the party, for example, showing activity in the affairs of his organizations and election campaigns, has a permanent and most effective influence on the government.
Often, citizens, groups or communities, outraged by injustice of state decisions require a revision. They present letters and petitions to the appropriate authorities, on radio and television, in newspapers and magazines. The problem becomes public outcry and forces the authorities to change or adjust its decision. Read More →
People’s participation in political life is evident not only in the activities of individuals, but also in influencing the policies of large social groups (classes, social strata, ethnic groups, etc.). You may recall the historical events in which the active and often decisive role was played by the masses of people united by a common interest.
In order to influence policy better people create political organizations and associations. Political parties are the most suited to politics. The most active subject of politics is the state. It is not an accident that history books often report information about domestic and foreign policy of some state, government, public figure. Read More →