Christian Kvorning Lassen follows up to his previous blog on the future of political culture by comparing the approach of Denmark and the Czech Republic in terms of political cooperation and stability.
However, after being granted the Marshall Aid and facing the challenge of how to rebuild and restructure society after the German occupation, Denmark opted for a visionary and very ambitious task: laying the foundations for the world’s largest relative to population welfare state, with all that entails of high taxation and high social and economic security.
Czechs deserve more dignity. They deserve honorable politicians tackling the endemic corruption within the political sphere, so that multipartizan visions across the political spectrum can create a strong, sustainable foundation for the society building that is still to this day essential to the Czech Republic.
The full article is available on BlogActiv.eu.#political cooperation #political stability #Czech Republic #Denmark #elections
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