Term limits recreate a new class of citizen

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professional governing class, isolated from the anxiety of the public. Term limits recreate a new class of citizen-legislators, who will see politics as a pithy opportunity to make their country better not as a long-term secure profession for themselves (Bandow, Doug; 1995). Opponents to the issue of term limits claim that elections in themselves serve as a built-in way of creating term limits. They feel that such kind of limits are undemocratic and unconstitutional and in support of their statement cite the benefits of the experience gained by holding office for years. Even the most capable new representative or office-holder will take several months or even years, in some cases to get fluent fully with their new job. Legislative bills and Policy issues are essentially complex and the best service is provided by a system that allows some permanence of service via democratic re-elections for veteran politicians (Coloman, Emily, Bushman and Michael; 2009). The author is stern believer of the fact that there should be no term limits. As discussed above, it is quite clear that the periodic elections that take place in every constituency are
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already a way of establishing term limits. This is so because the public or the common people will chose only that person that has worked for the benefits of the public. They will never choose a person again who has not worked hard for them. This way the term limits are automatically established. REFERENCES Bandow, Doug; 1995. This house Would enforce term limits on the legislative branch of government. - would-enforce-term-limits-legislative-branch-government Coloman, Emily, Bushman and Michael; 2009. This house Would enforce term limits on the legislative branch of government. - political-theory/house-would-enforce-term-limits-legislative-branch-government
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