In the event of a national disaster, is it correct that the head of state be with his/her people?
Why? What difference does it make?
Actually, probably not.
They're probably going to be safely sequestered to a shelter somewhere to prepare for when the problem has passed.
The idea is to be able to restore order after the fact, but whether that would work, would depend upon the disaster.
I would think their plan would depend upon what conditions they met afterwards, whether the heads of state survived and whether the other survivors wanted to listen to them.
If nothing else, creating the appearance of being "with your people" is good for public relations. In reality, no leader spends any significant time truly "with his people." It isn't practical.
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