A Study at the political leaders and their personal ambitions & his works
Keywords:Responsibility, Participating, Leadership, nuanced, Policymaking, Commitment, Ministerial, Administrative Departments
In this Research Paper we have highlighted about the political leadership working and their personal ambitions for the welfare human mankind. We have to consider various effect on the society by the political leader given them motivations and actions of political leaders should be in the welfare of society for this we are exploring how their decisions and policies impact for the well-being of people. By examining their personal ambitions, we gain insight into their priorities, values, and goals, and how these influence their approach to governance. This analysis sheds light on the complex interplay between political leadership and the welfare of human mankind, providing a nuanced understanding of the factors that shape political decision-making and its impact on society. Leadership in politics has both a political and a technical side. It is very important to have robust and organized political backing, with ministers establishing the broad course of the Strategy, assuming personal accountability, coordinating related policies and budgets, and providing the necessary resources and manpower status needed to make decisions. This level should make sure that the overall political direction is clear, as well as give strategic guidance on themes and make action choices. A rotating president will be set up to make sure that everyone gets an equal amount of power. With the Commission's approval, it can be given to all involved States and Regions. As seen in other macro-regional strategies, it is a good idea to hold regular meetings of ministers and/or presidents of the Regions for each policy area, depending on how each State and Region is politically and institutionally set up. It would help keep the Strategy's political momentum going in the area and send clear political messages about what to do and what needs to be done first. Each country should show its commitment by making sure that the key partners in putting the Strategy into action, such as the coordinators and implementers at the level of objectives and actions, get the respect and legitimacy they need to do their jobs. They should get a clear job description, enough money and time, and the chance to work in good conditions and with the right national/regional administrative offices and policymaking and implementing bodies.
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