Akhmetbek Zhanibek Serikovich
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Democracy

Democracy in the world was not criticized only by a lazy person, because the thesis that democracy is a bad form of government does not cause me any surprise. However, personally, I am not a fan of supporting conversations like “democracy is not suitable for our country”. I believe that a country naturally has the form of government that suits it most. The one for which people are ready.Under a democratic system, every person knows from childhood that he has the right to vote and the right to…See More
Nov 7, 2018
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Democracy

Democracy in the world was not criticized only by a lazy person, because the thesis that democracy is a bad form of government does not cause me any surprise. However, personally, I am not a fan of supporting conversations like “democracy is not suitable for our country”. I believe that a country naturally has the form of government that suits it most. The one for which people are ready.Under a democratic system, every person knows from childhood that he has the right to vote and the right to…See More
Nov 7, 2018
Akhmetbek Zhanibek Serikovich is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Oct 10, 2018

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I study for a master's degree, I work in the field of IT, and I would like to share my thoughts with the world.

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Democracy

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Democracy in the world was not criticized only by a lazy person, because the thesis that democracy is a bad form of government does not cause me any surprise. However, personally, I am not a fan of supporting conversations like “democracy is not suitable for our country”. I believe that a country naturally has the form of government that suits it most. The one for which people are ready.

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