complicated problems of governance in France (France governance stability index)
1.Successive Protests and many Revolutions in France lead to differential review in France constitutional law. So, at the present time they are in the fifth Republic at France. for this reason their governance stability index is 16/21 of 100 (its low), which its regent of present political system stability mark with 60 years old at France. Based on the theory of political weight, every year that passed, automatically amount of stability index has grown. In this situation the B (budget size) index must growth in one direction with Δt, but in France it’s not happened.
2.After 1958 constitution law, due to being variety of ethnic groups and a special type of social network in France, still at now the France Society faced with Rebellion of people for Social Justice, especially in economic sectors.
3.In comparison with other neighbor countries, France use of more force and authority for Society management. The France governmental weight is lower than of some country like UK, Germany and Italy and in political weight structure, their stability index has lower share (its share in GW index body is 24%).(But this mean’s not they has a unfavorable situation in democracy)
4.The Share of Δt in France GW (governmental weight) body is 24%, and its sign of low confidence of people to the government. So, although they expand much money resource for their people in the budget, but still there is public discontent.(although, most discontents rising from injustice distribution of economic resource and welfare)
5.When an state Δt is low, it’s a sign of historical distrust of people to the governance system, in addition also it’s a sign of failure to reliance to legitimacy, performance and experience of political system. Maybe it’s shown us the fifth Republic in France, which it’s a product of post-world war 2 situation and requirement of post-war management, is not suitable for free France in 2019. maybe they needs a constitution law review again which to consider their social & geopolitical realities.
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