Waxaa aad is odhan kartaa kol hadaaney dooneyn in aynu dawlad ahaano maxay doonayaan oo kale jawaabta su,aashaasi waxaa inooga jawaabtey ayeeyo Ceeb la, balse inta aanan jawaabteeda soo qadamin aan yara sharaxo Dawladu waxay tahay sideedaba marka si cilmiya loo sharaxo iyo marka sida ay dadka reer Somaliland culimada cilmiga qabyaada qaadaa dhigaa ee ku shaqeystaa u yaqaanin ama inoogu sharaxaan si aynu u helno macluumada ku saabsan Dawlada. Ugu horeyn dawlada waxay aqoonyahana cilmiga siyaasada,bulshada,dhaqaalaha,sharciga u qeexaan sidan:
a) A government is the system or group of people governing an organized community, often a state. A government is like a clan with the purpose to govern the whole family or whole nation with powers of financial, military and civil laws
b) A group of people that governs a community or unit. It sets and administers public policy and exercises executive, political and sovereign power through customs, institutions, and laws within a state. A government can be classified into many types–democracy, republic, monarchy, aristocracy, and dictatorship are just a few.
c) The government is the body that runs a whole country. One or more political parties make up thegovernment, which is supported by a huge team of civil servants. Politicians often attend debates and meetings in government buildings. … Localgovernment helps
the citizens of a specific region.
e) ‘To promote the general Welfare’ – The government fulfills this function in many different ways, including monitoring the economy, businesses, and banks; maintaining the postal service, education system, roads, and public utilities like water, sewer, and electricity; regulating the safety of food and medicine; …
Why do governments exist? One major reason is that they create rules. But what rules are necessary or desirable? That is open to question, and different types of governments have certainly created a wide variety of rules.
GOVERNMENTs almost certainly originated with the need to protect people from conflicts and to provide law and order. Why have conflicts among people happened throughout history? Many people, both famous and ordinary, have tried to answer that question. Perhaps human nature dictates selfishness, and people inevitably will come to blows over who gets what property or privilege. Or maybe, as KARL MARX explains, it is because the very idea of “PROPERTY” makes people selfish and greedy.
Whatever the reasons, governments first evolved as people discovered that protection was easier if they stayed together in groups and if they all agreed that one (or some) in the group should have more power than others. This recognition is the basis of SOVEREIGNTY, or the right of a group (later a country) to be free of outside interference.
lasoco qaybaha dambe.