jueves, 7 de noviembre de 2013

4º ESO BILINGUAL: GIVE YOUR OPINION UNIT 4

In your opinion, which of the principles established by the Constitution of 1812 was the most important? Explain your answer.



Date: until the 14th November.
(If you do it later, you´ll get a negative point)

Thank you for your comments!!

19 comentarios:

  1. I think the most important one is the separation of branches, because one person couldn't have all the power of the state, and without this separation, the government could not guarantee rights and freedoms of the people, no torture, etc...

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  2. I thing the most important was the liberty of press, because in that time you could not think how you like, and in this way you can publish, read and thin what you want.

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  3. Jesús Daniel Vicente Gtez.12 de noviembre de 2013, 17:36

    I think the most important one was the guaranteed rights and freedom because thanks to this principle there was equality under the law and the torture was eradicated and this was a big step toward freedom of people and a more equilibrated society

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  4. In my opinion,I think the separation of power and the equality under the law
    are the most important because in this way absolutism and the estates of the realm will disappear.

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  5. I think the most important principle of the Constitution in 1812 was to guarantee rights and freedoms. This can help to include equality under the law, the right to privacy, freedom of the press (freedom of thinking) and stoping torture.

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  6. I think the most important one is the separation of powers, because if one person has all the power of the state, the citizens haven't rights. And I think that all the people should be equal under the law.

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  7. I believe the most important principle is the guaranteed rights and freedoms, because I think that however bad you're , always you'll have the right to give your opinion , because the voice no one can stand neither fences or walls.... and also in my opininon everyone is equal under the law.

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  8. I think the most important principle is the guaranteed rights and freedoms, because you need to have the right to express your opinion because everyone has the same priviledges.

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  9. In my opinion , the most important principle is the separation of powers, because only one person couldn´t have all the power , and also the equality under the law.

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  10. I think the most important one was the guaranteed rights and freedom because you can express your ideas without of being torture. And all the people have the same rights under the law, the right to have a "job", a house,education...

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  11. The most important in my opinion was the guaranteed rights and freedom,
    because you can express what you think without any repercusion, and not being tortured or something like that.

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  12. Jose Javier Zamarreño14 de noviembre de 2013, 8:25

    I think the most important one was : guaranteed freedom and equality,because each one should be free to do what they want. With this right,all population will belong to the same "estate" or "range" like now,more or less

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  13. I think the most important principle was the guaranteed freedom and equality, because people should have the same oportunities, do whatever they want without being rejected, think what they want and express themselves.

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  14. In my opinion, the most important principle is the guaranteed rights and freedoms because this allows people to be equal under the law and express their ideas without suffering torture.

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  15. I think the most important principle is the separation of branches, because if the power of the state resides in only one person, this persone can do whatever he wants, it doesn't guarantee the rights, freedoms and equality for all the population, and it's not fair.

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  16. I think the most important principle is the guaranteed rights and freedoms because a person can say all the things that they think and express their ideas freely.

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  17. I think the most important principle is the guaranteed rights and freedoms, because all the citizens must be equal under the law, and they must have freedom to say or express what they want.

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  18. The most important in my opinion is the guaranteed rights and freedoms because this principle made possible that people could be freer in the right to privacy, the freedom of press and the prohibition of the torture and also more equal in the equality under the law.

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