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Šachy ve výhře o prezidentský post?

Aktuálně touží po postu prezidenta oficiálně 18 kandidátů. Z nichž nejdiskutovanější jsou pravděpodobně Jiří Drahoš, Michal Horáček, Marek Hilšer, či Milan Kohout a samozřejmě také Miloš Zeman, pro nějž je to další kandidatura do pozice, ve které setrvává od března 2013 až doteď. A je stále předpokládan jako vítěz nadcházejících voleb. Jeho základna voličů je převážně z řad lidí nad 65 let, tedy osob ve věku důchodovém. Absolvoval národohospodářské vzdělání a byl také premiérem České republiky. Dalo by se říci, že v rovině politické je ze všech kandidátů nejzkušenější. Kromě jeho kontroverzních výroků jsou známé jeho kreativní interpretace Ústavy ČR. Svých kompetencí v této úrovni moci užívá ve velkém rozsahu. Dlouho se spekulovalo o jeho dalších prezidentských ambicích, ovšem všem zasvěceným politikou bylo skoro jasné, že touhu po tomto cíli znovu projeví. Byla to jen otázka času. Jeho postoje jsou poměrně proruské a sympatizuje i s administrativou amerického prezidenta Trumpa a jeh…
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New generation, new vision?

A little commentary from my side on the voice of the new generation. I'm really glad that young people these days are much more interested in publicaffairs and in what's happening with their countries and the world around them. I'm talking about people from 18-30s, as the actual sample, where we can clearly see that they want to and can change the matters and influence their lifes. They do care.
It can be seen in the elections all around the globe in the recent years.
In the past, older people mostly elected (and still keep to do so until these days), because they've felt like they have to do it, it's been like a reflex to them. Then the other generation were able to start electing. But because of the displeasure of young people with what the regimes wanted from them, they started to revolt and decided to not go vote (for example: the Eastern Europe after the fall of the past regime, the elections were obligatory). But then the new generation came to an age and f…

Direct democracy as a Prank?

All the political parties try to feed us with the promise of direct democracy nowadays, just like a stranger gives a candy to a kid in order to do what they want. But are they for real? In direct democracy, they have to harvest even deliberative democracy. And deliberative democracy can't work without a communication. Mainly throughout the internet. Which ironically many of these parties use to promote their ideas. Even though, it seems like they have never heard of the meaning of direct democracy there. But still use it as a huge propaganda wherever there's a blank space. Maybe it's just a filler then, if some parties block the crictical comments? What other purpose would it be for? Ok ok, I take it back, they leave few comments there to make an impression, they are very liberal to everybody. They want to change the countries for "better". But when you can't take criticism, censor comments, how can you promote direct democracy? And how can you promise to cha…