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Submitted by Caleb Leseine on
I couldn't agree more. Institutions are ideal as they are more dependent on systems than they are on people. This allows them to operate free of the bias that comes with the latter. Their actions are guided by the constitution rather than unpredictable emotions or convenient logic. This is not to mean that institutions can operate independent of people. People are an integral part of the system. Policy makers should invest in education and training to ensure proper management of institutions. This is because it is the institution's competence that guarantees results.

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