What if your leaders hide the biggest secret, the disease and even the death of your King?
It has happened many times in the past. Very often the leadership of the country is not by one person but more often by a council, even if nominally, there is one leader. Each person in that council will be worried about their own position if a new leader comes along, so they all will play along together, to try and keep things as they were. It is wise for any leader or country to plan well ahead as to how the country will be governed in the event of the leader's death or incapacity - temporary or permanent. Well-laid plans that everyone knows about and that are put into place as necessary are the best way of maintaining a peaceful country. It is unfortunate where countries have a strong ruler, with many advisers who love their positions and no plans for continuation of peaceful rule in the future.
by Cholee Clay2 weeks ago
I know this article is not going to be everyone's cup of tea, but it does fairly well for me. I've tried submitting it at least twice in the past and it gets rejected with the basic e-mail. Is it worth editing again and...
by Greek One7 years ago
with the chaos in the streets, is it on its way to becoming the the next Iran ??
by Seckin Esen5 years ago
Do you believe that followers are just as important as leaders?
by taw20125 years ago
Who is the best leader that world have ever seen?
by Beth Perry4 years ago
If aliens landed and demanded you take them to your leader, whose front door would you show them to? President Obama? Putin? Oprah? Justin Bieber? Mickey Mouse? Or someone else?
by Ralph Schwartz14 months ago
What is your biggest fear from the Russians? Seems all we hear about lately.The media is actually publishing stories that cite a reported, third-party, unnamed source that claims they have a secret CIA...
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