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A good example is when President Alberto Fujimori who ruled the country from 1990 to 2000 was found guilty for grave violation of human rights by the Peruvian Supreme Court.
The conviction and prosecution of the president in the country indicated that the country was able to deal with crimes of such levels. The verdict aimed at achieving accountability after the crimes committed in the country and the globe (Giddens & Thomas, 30). Cases of grave human rights violation have often been presented at the international criminal court basing on the absence of effective judiciary systems in the member states. The trial of the former Peru president was successful despite the many challenges. The trials of Head of States such as Slobodan Milosevic and Charles Taylor have taken place in the international court. However, Peru’s approach indicates that national governments can be able to prosecute former leaders by putting unique and highly competent judiciary system in place (Lee, Ambrose, 70).
Basing on the second principle of the Rio Declaration targeting sharing and management of transboundary resources, States have, in accordance with the principles of international laws and charter of the united nations, the sovereign rights to extract and exploit their resources pursuant to their own developmental and environmental policies, and the responsibilities of ensuring that activities within their control and jurisdiction do not cause harm to the environment of neighboring states and beyond. Political borders are drawn on natural resources and environment that overlap into one another. Such resources are often extracted for developmental gain although sometimes it may result in consequences such as pollution (Kauffer, 40).
The consequences of extraction may cross the political boundary set and affect the neighboring states. Peruvian people and boundary have to be protected from the effects of resource extraction in the neighboring countries such as
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However, one is sure of the great impact political societies have had on politics and society. Analyzing the history of the political parties in China and Peru, one can see that the politics in both the countries could claim years of tradition. The major political party and the ruling party in China is the Communist party of China and there cannot be identified a major opposition party but coalition of parties.
When one views this perspective of individuals’ or citizens’ participation in government, it gives different perspective in the case of China and Peru. In China, with the anti-democratic Communist regime in power from mid 1950’s citizens’ participation in government has been only minimal.
The only similarity between the role of political party or parties in China and Peru is that they have at least one election, in which the party members themselves elect the representatives instead of people directly electing them.
All organizations are steadily adopting more effectual leadership postures that revolve around not only the needs of the organizations, but on the needs of people serving in them. In view of this development, significant changes have registered in the leadership styles in police agencies during recent years.
According to the report globalization has led to dramatic changes in the economic process including modernization of the agricultural system. Developments in the agricultural policies have resulted in pushing the framers and the indigenous people or the farmers out of business. It has allowed the concentration of larger agro-industrial enterprises.
India is one of the largest economies in the world and is fasting growing since last many years. However, despite this economic progress, it has been one of the facts that child labor in India is on the rise. India has the highest number of laborers who are under the age of 14 out of which a significant portion is also involved in the hazardous jobs.
Before a consumer decides to buy a product, they must identify the need for that product. Without this need, the possibility of making a purchase is zero. This recognition happens when there is a difference between the consumer’s ideal situation and the desired one and
Peru’s economic index is at 67.7, putting its economy at the 47th freest in the year 205 indexing. Its scores has been improving since 2014, as it is 0.3% better, with the active enhancement of various factors such as corruption, industrial labor freedom, and monetary freedom overshadowing turn down in business freedom.
The character is one of the pioneers of “Partners in Health,” a body which channels different resources such as concern, finances, and service to the most underprivileged populations around the world. Countries such as Russia, Haiti and