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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?

NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS. NAME OF SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL. HIGH SCHOOL TOPIC: IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?This is a question everyone has different opinions/ideas about. Well, in my opinion, it is really important to live in democracy. However, democracy is the government practiced by the people or by members of a state through the elected leaders. I can’t even imagine living without democracy in our societies. Before considering that fact we should think about our…See More
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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?

NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS. NAME OF SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL. HIGH SCHOOL TOPIC: IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?This is a question everyone has different opinions/ideas about. Well, in my opinion, it is really important to live in democracy. However, democracy is the government practiced by the people or by members of a state through the elected leaders. I can’t even imagine living without democracy in our societies. Before considering that fact we should think about our…See More
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WORLD GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ADDERSS: 41 ALAHAJI YUSUF STREET OLODI APAPA, LAGOS. HIGH SCHOOL#essaycontest2017.World ethical challenges are problems affecting everyone in the society and the world at large. Terrorism is one of the greatest ethical challenge in the society and the world at large. According to Wikipedia terrorism is the use of intentionally indiscriminate violence as a means to create fear, to achieve a political, religious or ideological aim. In my…See More
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WORLD GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ADDERSS: 41 ALAHAJI YUSUF STREET OLODI APAPA, LAGOS. HIGH SCHOOL#essaycontest2017.World ethical challenges are problems affecting everyone in the society and the world at large. Terrorism is one of the greatest ethical challenge in the society and the world at large. According to Wikipedia terrorism is the use of intentionally indiscriminate violence as a means to create fear, to achieve a political, religious or ideological aim. In my…See More
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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?

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NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS. NAME OF SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL. HIGH SCHOOL TOPIC: IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY?

This is a question everyone has different opinions/ideas about. Well, in my opinion, it is really important to live in democracy. However, democracy is the government practiced by the people or by members of a state through the elected leaders.

I can’t even imagine living without democracy in our societies. Before considering that fact we should think about…

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WORLD GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

Posted on December 14, 2017 at 10:30am 0 Comments

NAME: ILECHUKWU SUCCESS

SCHOOL: CEDEC INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

ADDERSS: 41 ALAHAJI YUSUF STREET OLODI APAPA, LAGOS.

HIGH SCHOOL

#essaycontest2017.

World ethical challenges are problems affecting everyone in the society and the world at large. Terrorism is one of the greatest ethical challenge in the society and the world at large. According to Wikipedia terrorism is the use of intentionally indiscriminate violence as a means to create fear, to achieve a political,…

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