Political and Social Issues Effecting Favored Economic Conditions

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The reason for why governments in developing countries sometimes are unable or unwilling to implement polices that create favorable conditions for economic growth boils down to two main reasons: social issues and political issues. Political issues are just as multifaceted as the social issues. Due to corrupt governments and regimes the lawlessness spreads throughout the developing nation like wildfire. Political issues revolve around the basic needs of a nation such as simple, yet, necessary infrastructure of schools, hospitals, septic tanks, etc. The necessity of public goods is vital for a developing country to survive, maintain, and become what we consider today, a developed country. The government must also provide economic support for their population. Governments in developing countries must strive with enormous amount of force to keep the economy from going down, as well as keeping it the same, meaning, a developing countries government must enable and fulfill a growing and inclining economy. When the government of a developing country fails to provide security, basic human rights, development, and poverty prevention plans, the government can then be considered as unsuccessful and weak. A weak government can be caused by many of reasons. The lack of strengthened political will by a government may be mirrored through the social issues of their state. Social issues in a state may rise from a number of factors. A few social issues that may appear can be basic factors created by the population or provoked by the government. Civil issues under the social issues branch would contain religious groups or ethnic issues. Government created social issues would consist of the unemployment rate and the level of poverty in the developing nation. Social issues, again, would be included with discrimination, racism, and exclusion of certain races or gender. Governments can
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