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Is it important to live in democracy? It is important to have one strong leader #essaycontest2018

Posted on November 25, 2018 at 5:27pm 0 Comments

Name: Rosalina Martínez Rico

University: ITESM 

Student level: Undergraduate

It is important to have one strong leader

The Economist Intelligence Unit carries out an annual evaluation for 167 nations in the world. Through it, the different political regimes that govern them are identified. The…


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