Young Presidents challenge traditional politicians in actions against the COVID-19

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Young Presidents challenge traditional politicians in actions against the COVID-19

The worldwide emergency generated by the COVID-19, has put in the public eye the reactions and contention measures prompted and executed by the presid

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The worldwide emergency generated by the COVID-19, has put in the public eye the reactions and contention measures prompted and executed by the presidents of the world.

In a world that has been changing rapidly in the last decade, one of the biggest variations has been the arrival of very young political leaders directing the fate of the countries, and this health crisis has highlighted this trait.

The young leaders have taken very good decisions, that have impacted the results of emergency management in a positive way, Sanna Marin Prime Minister of Finland, Nayib Bukele President of El Salvador and Jacinda Arden Prime Minister of New Zealand have stood out for their severe but successful measures.

The vision of these 3 leaders, who are no more than 39 years of age, has been applauded by the authorities and public opinion worldwide, taking seriously the crisis, prioritizing the lives of their fellow citizens and creating public policies that prioritize social distancing have been the key factors in managing the crisis in their respective countries.

The president’s decisions were severely questioned by different groups in their countries, especially by their political opposition, however, they have bet differently; obtaining results that benefit its citizens.

This attitude has been contrasted by the response of more traditional politicians with many years over their shoulders, such is the case of Donald Trump President of the United States, Jair Bolsonaro President of Brazil and Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico.

From the moment that the World Health Organization announced about the risk of the Coronavirus pandemic, these presidents looked down on the emergency, didn’t take preventive measures and their public policies didn’t prioritize imposed household quarantines.

To date, the results of deaths because of the virus and the overflow in their health care systems, are the indicators that allow saying that the young leaders have responded in a better way against the worldwide crisis.

 

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