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60 Free Essays on Citizens Duties And Obligations

  1. Right, Duty and Obligation/Responsibility: a Search for Ethical

    moral citizenship who knows his rights, carries out his duties and compels the state, within the bounds of a good moral-legal order, to fulfil its obligations to the citizens. Before we can delve into the meaning of the terms-- right, duty, obligation,and its allied responsibility, let us carry out...

  2. American Citizens Duties to the Government: According to the Constitution

    American Citizens Duties To The Government: According To The Constitution Christopher J Morin College Of Central Florida Abstract What is our duties and obligations to our country. What is the importance of these duties to our nation, government, and the other citizens of the united...

  3. Fahad

    , in the society, in the office or in the country, he has some obligations towards them. These obligations of an individual are called duties. Thus, in all his activities, man has some duties, and so as a citizen also man has some obligations to the country of his citizenship. In this Essay we will...

  4. Rights & Duties of Citizenz

    education, etc is the social / civil rights. Duties of citizens: Since individuals constitute society, they form the units of society. As a member of society of a state a man must behave in way which is good for all and which is helpful in promoting the welfare of society. Society calls upon the...

  5. Global Citizenship

    special obligations to compatriots, which are missed by the strict cosmopolitan. Many critics who introduce these reasons are themselves moderate cosmopolitans, wishing to demonstrate that there are special obligations to fellow-citizens in addition to general duties to the community of all human beings...

  6. Nstp

    future of the state without the education of the people? Unemployed or having a low class job and being unprofessional. 3. Why it is necessary for a person to know his duties and obligation as a citizen? In order to effectively manage your...

  7. Political Obligation

    bound to pay taxes to her polity while abroad, and perhaps even to be recalled to perform military or some other kind of duty. Political and legal obligations are related, in short, but they are not the same thing. A political obligation is a moral duty that only a citizen or perhaps a permanent...

  8. Hca322 Week 3 Assignment

    reveal confidential communications (Pozgar, 2013). The legal duty arises because the law recognizes a right to privacy. To protect this right, there is a corresponding duty to obey. The ethical duty is broader and applies at all times; though, occasions arise when there is a legal obligation or duty...

  9. Summary of Washington's Farewell Address

    world. Washington seems to address those in office or elected officials as well. He reiterates that the citizens will hold those in office accountable for their actions (or inactions), and that equitable actions be undertaken. “The duty of holding a neutral conduct may be inferred, without and...

  10. Towards Lasting Peace

    law, and the principle of "legal equality for everyone (as citizens)."9 Political freedom here involves my obligation to obey no laws but those to which I can assent rationally; Kant, that is, indicates the importance of citizens' free and conscious assent to the law rather than blind obedience to...

  11. Responsibilities V.S. Duities

    legal obligations that entail a person’s mandatory conduct and performance. Each citizen has certain duties, which are outlined by laws formed in the constitution. Unlike responsibilities which are fulfilled by choice, duties are nationally mandated. The constitution assumes some civil duties, which...

  12. Classification of Taxes

    branch of private law under the civil law legal system. It is the body of rules that organizes and regulates the rights and duties arising between individuals. The specific rights and duties are referred to as obligations, and this area of law deals with their creation, effects, and extinction...

  13. Criminal Law Omissions

    , citizens are only liable for omissions when there is a duty to act. It must be noted that another source from which this duty arises, in addition to special relationships, contractual obligations and those already mentioned, is a statutory obligation to act. Therefore, judges have incorporated statutory...

  14. HLA HART

    . First of all, we look at the primary rule that he explain and tell us based on his popular legal law books “The Concept of Law”. Primary rules are the rule that imposed obligation or duties. They impose a certain kind of duties among citizen and have no longer optional but act as an obligation...

  15. Constitutional Safeguards in India

    citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India"; * Obligation of State "to promote with special care" the educational and economic interests of "the weaker sections of the people" (besides Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes; and * Obligation of State to "take steps" for...

  16. Is There a Moral Obligation to Obey the Law?

    governments' policies started arguing that sometimes, a citizen is justified in acting illegally. The question is: does a citizen have a moral duty to obey the law and if so, why? In the writings of Honoré, Raz, Smith, Finnis and Bix there are many arguments for and against a general moral...

  17. Accountability

    performance of the assigned duties. To be accountable is. to be answerable for one's conduct in respect to obligation fulfilled or unful¬filled" Accountability is the obligation of an individual to keep his superior informed of his use of authority and accomplishment of assigned tasks. Accountability...

  18. Phillipine Constitution

    and real to the degree that the citizens willingly carry out their obligations. DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF CITIZENS • To be loyal to the republic • To defend the state • To contribute to the development and welfare of the state • To uphold the constitution and...

  19. Democracy

    the masses in public affairs. Modern democracy is representative in character and it demands not only universal adult suffrage, but also the active participation of the citizens in government. The key role of citizens in a democracy is to participate in public life. Citizens have an obligation to...

  20. Role and Function of Law

    rights to individuals and create duties for the individuals. Procedural laws are the laws that must be followed, such as the proper way to file a lawsuit. Public laws define the legal relationship between government and citizens. Public laws affect all individuals. Private laws are recognized legal...

  21. Mr Sengezo

    nature and scope of the duty to facilitate public involvement? (d) Did NCOP and the provincial legislatures comply with their obligations to facilitate public involvement? (e) What is the appropriate relief if the NCOP and Provincial legislatures failed to comply with this obligation? (a) Did CC...

  22. Moral Obligations about Charity views of Peter Singer and John Arthur

    Moral Obligations about Charity views of Peter Singer and John Arthur By Amy Gallaher The fact that we can afford to provide for ourselves even beyond our basic needs bring an important question.  Is it then our duty to provide financial assistance to those who do not have enough to provide...

  23. On Duty of Civil Disobedience

    which they will have " (On Duty of Civil Disobedience.) Thoreau makes it clear that all men should oppose every unjust law or guideline, which contradicts the conscience within each citizen who is under the government's control. "The only obligation which I have a right to assume is to do at any time...

  24. political science

    from birth without having to perform any act to acquire or perfect his Philippine citizenship. ARTICLE IV Bill of Rights ARTICLE V Duties and Obligations of Citizens Section 1. It shall be the duty of the citizen to be loyal to the Republic and to honor the Philippine flag, to defend...

  25. Week 1

    families was sought. The National Guards roots date back to 1636 when colonial Militia, made up of ordinary citizen, would put down their plows and pick up their weapons to protect families and towns from hostile attack (National Guard, 2012). This is where the term citizen solider comes from. Every...

  26. Analysis of Gotta Love

    . However, it was a tactic to get the chief fired. Duty and public interest are at the center of the ethics triangle. Mayor Burns breaks many of the key values listed as guidelines and the ethics triangle concepts. His duty/obligation to the public interest is questioned. His character is...

  27. larrisa

    . Political obligation thus refers to the moral duty of citizens to obey the laws of their state. In cases where an act or forbearance that is required by law is morally obligatory on independent grounds, political obligation simply gives the citizen an additional reason for acting accordingly. But law...

  28. Soldiers

    volunteering to serve their country regardless of the reason they joined. Duty is fulfilling your obligations. When a person has enlisted in the military, that person has an obligation that he or she should fulfill. It is a soldier’s duty to be at work on time. It is a soldier’s duty to do what he or she...

  29. One of Mohawk High Schools Best Citizens

    citizen. I think that in order to enjoy the rights of a citizen at Mohawk High School, students need to engage in the act of not only fulfilling their obligations at a citizen here, but also in the partaking of the broad opportunities available, such as the various clubs and organizations. I have, and I wouldn't change any of the opportunities I've taken advantage of in high school, even if I could....

  30. The Army as a Profesion

    servant leaders providing a necessary and important service to the American people. This service is not something the average citizen is willing to do, but understands that it must be done. Our job is to fight, shape and win America’s wars. Judicious use of lethal force is how we accomplish this. The...