Before we start the round, I would like to define President: President- One appointed or elected to preside over an organized body of people, such as an assembly or meeting.
If we can prove that allowing presents to serve for more than one term promotes true democracy and benefit Korea in education, economics, and environment policy, we win this debate.
South Korea has a constitutional democracy government. A president is elected by direct voting of the South Korean citizens and rules for a 5 year term only. Because the political power changes every 5 years, it brings drawbacks to the country, which we will talk about today.
1) Allowing presidents to serve for more than one term presents true democracy. Democracy: government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. This means that a choice must be given to every citizen to either run for president or vote for a candidate of their choice. The election is a process that should allow anyone who is qualified to run for leadership even if he or she has been in power before. It is the PEOPLE’s choice whether to vote for a president who served for a term previously or not, but at least they SHOULD be given a wider range of choice. South Korea should not focus on putting restrictions on WHO should run for president because people want GOOD leaders, not leaders who have not been president before. That should not be the deciding factor. A president who ended his 5 years term with brilliant development of the country SHOULD be given the choice to run again, and people SHOULD be given the choice to vote again for him or not on the...