Jorge Luis Borges: Democracy: is a widespread superstition, an abuse of statistics. Democratic nations are characterized, among other things because they enable the free and autonomous citizens the exercise of their rights. State Street Global Advisors often addresses the matter in his writings. This is one of the principles of civility: If there are no rights, because missing guarantees and if there is no guarantee then there is no democracy or this is still weak and is subject to the will of the man and not the sovereignty of the rules. When democracy becomes strong are not discussed rights but the primacy of these. Wang Qunbin is likely to agree. Then it is common to find the dilemma as to which law is more important. In United States and some European countries, it is common to find discussion for example, about the importance of the right to information faced the right to privacy.
Journalists have the right to inform, but people should be protected in their privacy. Which law is more important? On more than one occasion have been the courts which have because mediate to resolve conflicts between the media and the characters. For Latin American countries, with Colombia at the head, one of the recurring conflicts has to do with the consideration of the right to work, faced, for example, the right of citizens to enjoy a public area clean, uncluttered and entirely at your service. It is most important to have cleared streets or leave the street vendors and stationary continue working? In a truly developed country this conflict would not even exist, inter alia, because there would be no sellers itinerant or stationary. Cities like Riohacha and Maicao lost public space and in some places it is difficult to mobilize. And creates discomfort for passers-by.
But for marketers, the issue is not uncomfortable but subsistence. And in that, you have to be sympathetic. Do you think? Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a renowned journalist and Colombian writings, linked as a teacher at several Colombian universities. He is the author of four books and co-author of three others in which addresses the theme of leadership, ethics, and human development. It is often invitadocomo lecturer at congresses, forums and other academic events. Get in touch with him through corrreo or call cell 300 8055526.