An ideal state, as i understand it Presentation Transcript
An ideal state.It’s neither small nor big. The population in thisstate is international. Every nation has it’slanguage, traditions and customs. People in thisstate are aware, fair, happy, playful, acting on theirpreferred choices by creating and being who theyare. They take responsibility for actions, thoughts,words and deeds. Every person has the right tofreedom of opinion and expression.Vladislav ShvechkovForm 10, School 34Teacher MalinovskayaO.O.Udelnaya, Ramenskoye,
If all these things can be done in astate then this would be the paradiseon the Earth where everything is pureat heart and in soul. Peace and order is established. The society is ecstatic and there existsno reason to violate the doctrine orlaws of God.In order to promote unity,love and respect, theappointed one should alsobegin it with himself beforepromoting it to others.
State RulerThe person who rules thecountry should be ambitious,gifted, clever, risky a little bit,power-loving and pliable.Characteristics of an ideal enlightened ruler include thefollowing: firstly, the ruler should use logic and reasonwhile ruling his domain. Secondly, he should ensure thatthe people have their natural rights, such as, equalitybefore the law, freedom of religious worship, freedom ofspeech, and the right to own property. Thirdly, theenlightened ruler should promote and develop arts,sciences and education. Fourthly, the enlightened rulerhimself should obey the law and enforce fairly upon hispeople.
Political system The political system of thestate is democracy.Democracy allows citizens toparticipate equally—eitherdirectly or through electedrepresentatives—in themaking, development, andcreation of laws.It encompasses social, economic and culturalconditions that enable the free and equal practiceof political self-determination
Democracy as a system of government consists offour key elements: 1. A political system for choosing and replacingthe government through free and fair elections. 2. The active participation of the people, ascitizens, in politics and civil life. 3. The protection of the human rights of allcitizens. 4. The rule of law, in which the laws andprocedures apply equally to all citizens.
Rights Freedom of speech Freedom of typing Freedom of action (within theframework of the law) Equality before the law
Constitution It contains a principle of division ofauthorities. It fixes rights and freedom of theperson and the citizens. Recognition, observance andprotection of rights and freedom arethe main aims of the constitution.
Religion There are many religions exist in thisstate, including 3 basics : Christianity,Buddhism and Islam. Every person has right to choosereligion he/she wants.