Why can’t I be president at 26?

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Ira Loginova
Ira Loginova
Answered on November 24, 2014 12:29
Understand that the constitution in its idea is not just a basic law, which can be rewritten every 2-3 years. This is a basic law, he implies that a citizen of a state residing in the country for at least 10 years can become president. That is why you can not become president, you have not reached the age at which you can nominate your candidacy. Yes, and as you imagine, yesterday even the most prestigious institute finished, and today a huge country is in control? What will you do with it?
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Andrew
Andrew
Answered on November 24, 2014 12:46
A citizen who is at least 35 years old can become a president. In my opinion it is quite logical. For the leadership of a state with a large population, complex economic and social mechanisms, some kind of experience in the political sphere is needed.No matter what good goals you pursue and no matter what great ambitions you follow, you need to understand that the presidency is a tremendous responsibility to the people and all of humanity, because in the conditions of modern reality all countries are very closely linked. For this reason, a young and inexperienced specialist is an extremely dubious candidate for the head of state.