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  • Yes,leaders have moral obligations.

    Because of various reasons leaders can be seen as having moral obligations.They can be seen as setting an example for their people and if their morals are good than it will be easy for them to lead their people in the right direction which will be good for the whole society.

  • Leaders Moral Obligations

    Leaders have moral obligations because they have followers who look up to them for direction and guidance. The leaders with moral obligations most likely will have followers with moral obligations, as well. A group of people can achieve great things if they are able to show each other moral obligations.

  • Keeping the Union safe

    Not every choice a leader makes has to be morally correct. Their main duty is to keep the country or territory safe from domestic or foreign threats and the methods may be seen as cruel or heartless. Being morally obligated at all times can cause a emotional response rather than a level headed and logical choice in an intense or precarious situation. Chances must be taken and sometimes they aren't pretty.

  • Desperate times Call for desperate measures

    Times within a leader's reign of power can be stressed and extremely tough. War, Sickness, Famine and the like can all cause instability. A leader's job is to secure the nation's safety as well as it's people. The means of doing so may seem cruel and heartless but if they truly do keep the country/province safe, then it's their duty to do so. Moral obligations can sometimes cloud judgement and lead to emotional decision making. A leader must be level headed and logical in his or her choices.

  • No, leaders do not have moral obligations.

    Leaders do not have a moral obligation, they have an obligation to those they serve. If a leader is a true representative of all the people, then he cannot respect one moral standard another because the moral standards vary in modern culturally diverse societies. Instead, a leader must make decisions which are in the best interest of all the people, not some, and not the majority, but all the people.


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