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The economic, social and cultural progress of a nation depends on citizens counting for more and having more rights
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"The economic, social and cultural progress of a nation depends on citizens counting for more and having more rights"

- Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero

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This quote by Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero highlights the significance of citizens having more rights in order for a nation to advance economically, socially, and culturally. He is suggesting that when people have more rights, they are able to contribute more to the country's development. This could include having the right to vote, the right to complimentary speech, the right to education, and the right to gain access to health care. When citizens have these rights, they are able to take part in the nation's decision-making process and have a say in how the nation is run. This can cause better financial policies, improved social services, and increased cultural opportunities. Ultimately, when citizens have more rights, they have the ability to contribute to the nation's development in a meaningful method.

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Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero This quote is written / told by Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero somewhere between August 4, 1960 and today. He was a famous Politician from Spain. The author also have 17 other quotes.

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