The judiciary branch of the government is most responsible for enforcing the law in a society and country. Law and order enforcement agencies like police, army, military and paramilitary forces help the judiciary branch to effectively enforce the law.
Yes, I do think that the law which allows the death penalty is too strict. But, then again, it doesn’t necessarily mean that a law that is “strict” is always bad. Rather, it could be good for the overall well-being of a society in the long run, especially when the crime rate increases, and at that time, some strict laws ensure the rights of its members.
Law and order are important and necessary in order to maintain an ideology for a society to be bound together by. It defines a set of conducts and norms that one must comply to be considered a part of a civilized group of people who don’t undermine the right of other people.
No, I don’t think that the laws should be any more universal than they already are, simply because people in different parts of the world live under different codes of behaviour, religious principles and cultural values, and trying to force them to live under some so-called universal laws would prove out to be counter-productive.
I would say that people in my country are generally law-abiding citizens, given the mountains of problems and adverse situations the people have to deal with on a regular basis.
Do you think that visits to the countryside should be something that schools offer to their children?
Why do many people prefer to live in the countryside?
What will the countryside look like in your country in the future?
Should people smile more?
Do you like smiling?
When do people smile at others?