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Wengerocracy
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Stupidape
Con (against)

Does civilocity benefit the majority of the people?

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Started: 8/5/2016 Category: Politics
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Wengerocracy

Pro

Civilocity - a form of government where the people watch the leader of their country for the entire time that person is representing them.

Clearly, the entire world would benefit from watching the person representing them.

If democracy benefits 51% of the population civilocity benefits all of the population.
Stupidape

Con

People need some privacy. If the leader want to have sexual intercourse with his/her spouse this would almost certainty slow them down. What about using the toilet? Showering? I don't see any benefit to this for the people.
Debate Round No. 1
Wengerocracy

Pro

Consent is the governing force behind all political decisions. A leader will have to consent to being on camera.

Everyone has the right to privacy and the right to consent. The first candidate who runs on this philosophy called civilocity would reshape the political landscape. Not all people are willing to be watched 24/7 by the entire world.

The question remains does civilocity benefit the majority of the people?
Stupidape

Con

I think civilocity would damage the public, by diminishing human dignity. I can only see harmed caused by seeing the leader of the country exposed in such a way. [0]

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