Is it common for politicians not to keep promises made during their campaigns, after they are...
It is very common for politicians not to keep promises they have made! Let's face it, you have constituents, special interest groups,campaign contributers and party affiliations going on, and some how you have to try to keep to your values and beliefs while trying to get bills introduced and passed while greasing enough palms to get re-elected so you can do it again for another 4 years. That old saying " politics makes for strange bed fellows" applies for sure!
It is part of their job. They just usually disguise it as much as they can.
Its so common in Australia its considered standard practice. Our two major political parties have 2 kinds of promises. These are Core & Non-Core. They try not to brake the core promises but non-core are fair game
This seems to be an honest and promising question.....
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Thanks to all who answered... Pearldiver, in response to your answer - no, I am not considering a future as a career politician, I have too much of a conscience to be one. I ask this question, is to find out whether politicians in the 1st world country react the same way as those in the 3rd world, and I think I can conclude, there is basically no difference... all of them lie to get elected, in one way or another, although, I have to admit, there is a small proportion of the promises made, which are probably kept, for obvious reasons, in terms of benefits.
Yes it is very common,and convenient for politicians.If they fulfill the promises they made during campaigns,then what they will promise in next elections.
Yes, it is most assuredly common. They do their research and know what the majority of people want to hear, so they make their promisses based on that. This is how they get the voters to believe in them and elect them into office. Some of their promisses, the easier ones, they may try to stick to. For the most part though, it is all plastic grapes (looks pretty, but you cannot eat them).
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