Civilian rule is always better then the military rule and I have my reasons which am about to state below to backup my claim that civilian rule is better than military rule.
Civil rule is better than military rule for several important reasons. First of all civil rule tends to allow for and respect the idea of civil rights. Many of these are designed to protect the rights of the individual which goes against what military rule is all about which is public safety for the larger group on the other hand I discarded military rule because a nation under military rule is nothing more than a dictatorship.
Civil rule means that the military, which is an incredibly powerful entity in any country, is responsible to the people rather than their own leaders. Military rule will lead only to abuse and a failure to have the government accountable to the people.
The military should always be an extension of a democratically elected civilian government. It should never be the government itself. The military, by its nature, is not a democratic institution; you follow orders, and you don't vote on what those orders are. Governments run that way are authoritarian regimes at best.
Military rule represents a failure to make civil rule work.
Civil rule can look ineffectual, but it is actually a triumph of civilization to have an army reporting to an elected civilian assembly.
Military governments look efficient, but they usually conceal terrible inefficiency and corruption behind the uniforms and medal
Is only a fool would seriously state that military rule is better than the civil rule of law. As history has shown so many times, totalitarian regimes are not exactly the best places to live. A civil and just democracy is the best way for ideas and economies to flourish, as has been shown further more civilian rule is better than military rule because in civilian rule there is freedom of speech and civilian rules have respect for human right while military are not.
Finally I believe civil rule nearly always trumps the use of force and military rule. Franklin D. Roosevelt once said "Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people. A nation does not have to be cruel to be tough."
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