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Throughout history it has been observed how individuals or entities that have a certain position of authority or have more power than a normal citizen are able to take decisions that are considered morally wrong and not pay the consequences that a normal civilian would pay if they had had done the same actionIn this paper I will be analyzing why it is morally wrong for ordinary citizens to perform certain actions like harming innocent people but it is permissible for political leaders to perform these acts or order them to be done And if leaders should be judge by a different set of moral stands that the ones that apply to normal citizens when they commit a wrong or immoral act In my opinion someone who is a leader or has a position of power obviously will deal with situations than a normal civilian will not face They can be expose to circumstances where no matter the decision they take it would be consider morally wrong so they choose the least harmful Leaders also deal with situations that can involve civilians being harmed or even killed scenarios that even that might bring benefits to society it might have a negative impact on a certain population That is why I believe that in certain scenarios is acceptable for leaders to commit immoral actionsIn other words I believe it is morally wrong for ordinary citizens to perform certain actions like harming innocent people but it is permissible for political leaders to perform these acts or order them to be done but this will always depend on the scenario they are facingI think this because I want to believe that from an ideal perspective when leaders have to make this type of decisions they normally do it because it will bring a benefit for a large portion of society Eg Save people- Stop a war Avoid future killings And they do make this decision because they
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