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Sujet : Etes-vous pour ou contre la peine de mort. ? Pourquoi ? La peine capitale est une condamnation à mort prononcée par une cour(tribunal) contre un criminel qui aurait commis un ou plusieurs actes criminels .Pourquoi donc ,Victor Hugo, dans « Le dernier jour d’un condamné » a-t-il été contre la peine de mort ? Les personnes qui adoptent cette thèse prétendent que la peine de mort ne mettra jamais fin aux meurtres et des assassinats pourraient toujours se produire dans la société pour diverses causes économiques ou sociales, même si on continue à exécuter les condamnés à mort. Par contre, ceux qui sont pour la peine de mort ,demandent à ceux qui sont contre de se mettre à la place d’une mère, d’un père ,d’un fils ou d’une fille qui auront perdu un fils, une fille, un père ou mère ,suite à un acte criminel, commis par un assassin. Et qui demande la grâce sous prétexte qu’il a laissé une petite fille orpheline, une femme ou une mère sans soutien. Comment alors subviendra-t-il à leur besoin alors qu’il est emprisonné et condamné, par exemple à perpétuité ? Il va sans dire que celui qui aurait atteint à la vie d’autrui, ne doit pas avoir le droit de vivre. Il doit être condamné à mort. C’est mon point de vue.
Sujet : Quelles sont les causes et les conséquences du chômage des jeunes diplômés ? De centaines de chômeurs diplômés défilent quotidiennement devant le parlement en vue d’attirer l’attention sur la gravité de leur situation et pour inciter le gouvernement à leur trouver des emplois pour préserver leur dignité. Ces scènes sont devenues courantes, à tel point qu’on peut dire qu’elles font partie de la vie de la capitale du royaume. Que fait alors le gouvernement ? N’a-t-il point de solution à cette catégorie de la population ? Les causes du chômage…...

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