In Western democracies, the term is generally restricted to those either holding or seeking elected office for themselves, rather than specialists employed by such people, such as members of the bureaucracy. Such a distinction is less clear in non-democratic forms of government.
In a state, individual politicians compose the executive branch of government and the office of Head of State as well as the legislative branch, and regional and local levels of government. Other organs of government such as the judicial branch, law enforcement, and the military are not usually regarded as being composed of politicians, despite the fact that the men and women involved do government work.
Again that’s a very interesting question, and there are nine points I should like to make in answer to it.
The answer is we can’t, and I in a far reaching sense don’t want to wait until we find out.
Well I think from a religious perspective, there is of course a great deal of very real difference in opinion on this particular type of matter which is in this current time part of the complex social framework of this nation.
At this point, a politician is in the early stages of her career, holding a relatively low level or local office.
Politicians begin to build relationships within their political party that they will depend upon throughout their career, attempting to gain the public notice which will provide the foundation for a successful run for higher office.
The politician is establishing a reputation as a viable candidate for higher office, whether in the city government, the statesenate, or Congress.
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