Speaking Guideline Crime PART3

Part 3


  1. What is the importance of the law in our lives?

candidate : Ordinance is a necessity for all societies. It is therefore unthinkable to create a community without a decree, which should be observed and adhered to by individuals, even by force if necessary. It is crucial for members of a society to develop awareness of directive from the moment it is publicized officially. It should be accessible to all. It is also a prerequisite for each citizen to acquire an adequate level of legal orientation so as to know his or her privileges and duties.



  1. Under what conditions is it possible to break the law?

candidate : Not all ordinances are implemented to protect you. What about laws that are executed with ideologies that do not protect the general public or the greater good? Decrees are completely relative. There is a difference between rulings of protection such as if it is illegal to murder, or harm others. However, there were once directives that were in place which straightly violated an individual’s basic human rights. For instance, same-sex marriage bylaws, abortion bill etc. Regulations which attempt to control and create social obedience rather than protect, are destined to be impeded.


  1. How to ensure that the law is followed?

candidate : In general, the rule of ordinance implies that the creation of decrees, their enforcement, and the relationships among legal rules are themselves legally regulated, so that no one—including the most highly placed official—is above the law. The legal constraint on rulers means that the government is subject to existing directives as much as its citizens are. Thus, a closely related notion is the idea of equality before the regulation, which holds that no “legal” person shall enjoy privileges that are not extended to all and that no person shall be immune from legal sanctions. In addition, the application of legal statutes by various governing officials are to be impartial and consistent across equivalent cases, made blindly without taking into consideration the class, status, or relative power among disputants. In order for those ideas to have any real purchase, moreover, there should be in place some legal apparatus for compelling public servants to submit to the constitution.


  1. Do you think all criminals should go to prison?

candidate : Well, nowadays the number of crimes all over the world is on the increase and most sociologists regard this a result of unemployment, poverty and lack of education.

I believe that doing unsalaried work in the community would be more beneficial for the people, prisoners and criminals. Doing unpaid work in the local community would be a positive scheme. Rehabilitation programs also help offenders to learn some vocational training that are useful in their future life. Furthermore, jail punishment is not a deterring act against crime and it would not diminish the violence and criminal acts in society.


  1. What international law should be applied all over the world?

candidate : There is an increasing concern about global environmental problems like climate change. While international ordinance suggests that enforcement of global environmental treaties ought to be possible. The most effective and pragmatic path forward is to create informal problem-solving opportunities for groups of countries to modify timetables and targets without having to re-engage all the countries of the world in formal efforts to modify existing treaties. In addition, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) need to be responsible players in lawmaking and law implementation too. If the decree is executed everywhere, it is expected that we will have a better living environment.