The Politics of Reconciliation and Resistance

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The Politics of Reconciliation and Resistance
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The Politics of Reconciliation and Resistance

Differences in politics are part of a democratic system. It is a natural thing that differences between political parties are principled and ideological and personalityism is also seen. But the beauty of democracy is that despite political differences or personalism, political respect is necessary in this system and they find a way to work together.

If differences are confined to politics and not transformed into personal animosity, prejudice, hatred or political enmity, the democratic process proceeds positively. Be it our politics or democracy, we are still going through an evolutionary process despite many decades. Instead of learning from past political and democratic mistakes, we have worsened the situation or created tension in it.

This is the reason why we still try to find the aspects of rule of law, democratic political behavior and political ethics in politics and democracy. Even at this time we see deep clouds of division in politics. These dark clouds show that if we don’t treat them, they can make things worse for us with a big thunderstorm. .

We seem to be caught up in the politics of revenge and consider putting each other down as our political victory. Instead of correcting the administrative and economic system, it has become part of our priorities to create distortions in it. The path we should take for democratic politics is facing failure. This is a dangerous trend. This is the reason why we are suffering from political backwardness.

Lack of political maturity in the leadership of political parties, while our state system is based on the principle of non-transparency and injustice, which is leading our society and economy to further deterioration. We do not see these matters limited to internal matters but we are getting to see them in our regional or global affairs as well.

On the one hand, there are talks of reconciliation, dialogue and economic charter, on the other hand, there is an objection that they will only talk to the establishment, in such a case, how will democratic politics move forward. We forget that the national problems and difficulties we are currently facing should not be seen in political isolation in any case, nor is any individual or institution solely responsible for these situations.

As a state, we are all part of the failure and in one form or another we have also contributed to this deterioration. Looking at the politics of reconciliation on one side and resistance on the other, it seems that both reconciliation and resistance are needed in this country. I am trying to run on artificial basis. What is happening here in the name of reconciliation and resistance, we also see many weak aspects.

Circumstances seem to have tied a knot in such a way that no one knows how to untie it. Personal and group interests are gaining precedence over national interests. The interest agenda has prevailed on every party to such an extent that our national priorities have been left far behind. In these circumstances, if we look at the seriousness of our six major national problems, it indicates a dangerous situation.

These include politics and democracy, the rule of law and the constitution, the integrity of the economy, the process of transparency in the true sense of the governance system, institutional strength and security, or issues related to extremism or terrorism. Not possible on the basis of political adventures or political adventures at any level. For this we need a strong political and economic system and without stabilizing or stabilizing it, the disease will not be cured.

What we need is real stability. A strong form of this is connected with the major priorities of all state and political-legal or administrative institutions working within their respective constitutional-legal or political-democratic frameworks.

Therefore, our national agenda is linked to giving way to each other. We have to recognize the political and non-political reality of each. The existing political division also seriously undermines the credibility of our system. So there is still time for all stakeholders to learn from past mistakes and find a way forward.

The Politics of Reconciliation and Resistance