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In any field—business, politics, education, government—those in power should be required to step down after five years.


Write a response in which you discuss your views on the policy and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should consider the possible consequences of implementing the policy and explain how these consequences shape your position.


The idea that people who are in power in any field must step down after five years has certain benefits as well as shortcomings.
However, I agree to this policy if this is to be implemented with certain conditions and discriminations.
    The most important aspect of this policy is to prevent the abuse of power when a person stays too long in an influential
position. If a person acquires an office with powers and he is supposed to retain it without limit than it could be very hard
to stop him from misuse of power. If there is a certain period after which he has to step down then this could be a way to get rid
of abusive people. This policy will also create new positions for the people and encourage a competition among the people. This
overall process will keep the people motivated and striving for better opportunities, more than ever. If this policy is implemented
and new people come to power after certain period than this will also help in bringing new ideas and providing varied ways
of tackling the challenges faced by the society.
    But this policy can result in chaos if certain conditions are not implemented. High performers and people who display better
skills should be given more than one terms in the office. This will help better achievers not to loose motivation and keep performing.
This policy should be limited to the offices with more public dealing and regulatory nature. Implementation of this policy
on private businesses and institutions could harm the motivation for investors and probably limit their participation in the
economy of the country. Also, the period should not be fixed to mere 5 years but should be adjusted according to the needs
of the department in which the policy is implemented. For example educational institutes require much more time to become mature
and start delivering results, therefore such institutions should have a lower frequency of replacement.
    Overall this policy is beneficial until it does not meddles with institutes of private nature and implemented with regards to the needs of the departments.

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