POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

These two terms involve the people and the process that takes over a particular state. Both of these terms refer to the system that is in control of the country or state.
 
The word “politics” represents the diverse world of relationships, activities, behavior, orientation, views and communication links regarding government and governance. The main subject of the politics is the social group with its political organizations, movements, and leaders.
 
The purpose of the politics is to guide public development in a positive direction by identifying common objectives and ways of achieving them. Government is a social science term which refers to this certain group of people that takes over a particular nation. The term “government” refers to the group of people running the country whereas politics would refer to the process of running the country.
 
Politics can also be found in the workplace since there would be executive members of a company. This would come in groups such as the board of directors and board of trustees.
 
The government’s affairs are rarely interfered with by the influence of the common people. Whereas, politics would involve more people apart from the political groups.
 
There has been considerable disagreement among sociologists about the nature of power, politics, and the role of the state and government in society. This is not surprising as any discussion of power and politics is bound to be political itself, that is to say divisive or “politicized.” It is arguably the case that we are better positioned today, after a period of prolonged political rule, to see the nature of power and the state more clearly than during periods of peace.
 
It is during moments when the regular frameworks of political practice and behavior are disrupted—through revolution, suspension of the law, the failure of states, war, or counter-insurgency–that the underlying basis of the relationship between the social and the political, or society and the government can be revealed and rethought.
 
When we hear the term politics, we usually think of the government, politicians and political parties. For a country to have an organized government and work as per specific guidelines, we require a certain organization. This is where politics comes in, as it essentially forms the government.
 
Every country, group and organization use politics to instrument various ways to organize their events, prospects and more.
Politics does not limit to those in power in the government. It is also about the ones who are in the run to achieve the same power. The candidates of the opposition party question the party on power during political debates. They intend to inform people and make them aware of their agenda and what the present government is doing. All this is done with the help of politics only.
 
In fact, the whole political system is corrupt because the ministers in power exercise their authority to get away with all their crimes. They bribe everyone into working for their selfish motives making the whole system corrupt. Before coming into power, the government makes numerous promises to the public. They influence and manipulate them into thinking all their promises will be fulfilled. However, as soon as they gain power, they turn their back on the public. They work for their selfish motives and keep fooling people in every election. Out of all this, only the common suffers at the hands of lying and corrupt politicians.
 
Furthermore, the majority of politicians are corrupt. They abuse their power to advance their personal interests rather than that of the country. We see the news flooded with articles like ministers and their families involving in scams and illegal practices. The power they have makes them feel invincible which is why they get away with any crime.
 
Thus, we need godly educated ministers seriously in the government. They are the ones who can make the country progress as they will handle things better than the evil illiterate and evil educated ones.

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