Foreign intervention in African affairs: Independence - Is independent self-regulation in Africa valuable for its own reasons?

  • Self-regulation is Important

    I believe that if African counties are not able to self-regulate themselves then the area will never become a stable region. Self-regulation is important as the people of the individual countries will never fully commit to a plan that comes from foreign intervention. Helping them is natural but we must let them self-regulate themselves to allow them to continue independently.

  • Independent Self Regulation in Africa is Not Needed.

    No, independent self regulation in Africa is not valuable for its own reasons. The Employment Equity Act (EEA) was designed to manage issues of fairness in employment in regards to affirmative action, and a worker's HIV status or disability. They also assist with disputes between employees and employers. If these were self regulated, there is a higher chance of corruption and unfairness.

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