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Reasons Behind My Choice Of Country: Zimbabwe

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Reasons Behind My Choice of Country, Zimbabwe
Many consider Zimbabwe as a poor and undeveloped country. I was one of the many who had the same bias on Zimbabwe before the research. After having a deeper understanding and a closer look on the inner view of Zimbabwe, I now think that Zimbabwe is the land of opportunities and hope. Although Zimbabwe is not yet global, many positive changes are happening to Zimbabwe to develop the country. I believe that Samsung should expand business and move my family to Zimbabwe because of the fair and effective type of government, the rapidly growing business field, and the freedom of religion in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's Semi-presidential system creates an effective system of checks and balances by having the prime minister and the president elected separately, often from rival parties. Semi-presidential system of government provides cover for the president, provides the ability to remove an unpopular prime minister, and remain stable on the president because of fixed terms (Semi). The type of government of the United States is a representational democracy, based upon the organization of the government into three branches, the executive, law, and judicial. US has no prime minister but has one president to represent the country as well as state governors and leaders to represent the individual state. The type of government in the US focuses on the citizen's voices and let the citizen's idea to be heard. Representative democracy can sometimes be hard to follow because it is hard and tough to listen to everyone's ideas and consider everyone's thoughts. I believe that Zimbabwe's type of government can reduce the minor/major issues with each state and the country itself because there is a prime minister and a president elected separately often from rival parties. The US doesn't have a prime minister, which lets the president to carry a lot of responsibility. Sometimes partnership and group work can bring a better result than an individual work.
Zimbabwe is a very religious country that has firm circumstances of religious practice. It is stated that no person may be compelled to take an oath that is contrary to their religion or belief to take in the Zimbabwe Constitution. According to Zimbabwe Situation (Zimbabwe headline news), Minam Chikukwa (Minister of State in Provincial Affairs for Harare Province) warned the media that they will be risked being cursed if they lie about what concerns God. Minam wanted to plant more churches than pubs (Mabeza). In the US, freedom of religion is at risk where not many are respecting their beliefs. Today, Muslim cabdrivers are refusing to carry...

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