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University of Sarajevo
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Conservation, Culture, Development, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Religion, Science
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My name is Emira Brodlija, I am a freashmen at the Farmacy faculty of the University of Sarajevo. In my spare time I volunteer and I an+m a certified horse trainer. I hope to connect with peers from all over the world and expand my knowledge through the Global Ethics Network.

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Democracy is ALL of our Business

Posted on October 23, 2018 at 5:52pm 0 Comments

DEFINITION: Democracy is a large state company whose shareholders are the population of the country. Every four years, the shareholders fill the vacancies in the company management through an open call for applicants. Through the election process, the shareholders employ the individuals who they entrust with the task to run the company for a four year term.

The definition above roughly outlines the reality of democracy, which is often lost in the maze of theoretical definitions which…

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