This article published in The Daily Guardian is written by Shannon Glisson. Here is an excerpt:
Many Latin American constitutions provide for the right to vote and to be elected if certain requirements are met, such as the full enjoyment of their civil and political rights to run for a particular political office. The same applies to the United States. In the case of Europe, the PM figure has evolved over time. Adapting to the political transformations that occur historically
But it turns out that more and more attention is being drawn to the number of entertainment personalities who have decided to participate in terrain unknown to them and to the extent of social commitment such as politics. Let’s remember the case of “exterminator” Arnold Schwarzenegger and former presidents Jimmy Morales, Michelle Martelli and Donald Trump.
The latter, who ruled in an unconventional Messianic style, should turn to interest not only in the United States, but also in the world. The problem is that entertainment does not constitute the political responsibility, the years of academic preparation, the experience, or the methodological coherence that corresponds to that exercise. Because fame may help in the field of entertainment; But it does not pass on to government requirements.
Read the full article here.