Daniyar Amanaliev, a businessnman
In the developed countries, for example in Germany, if a traffic light is red, even if there are no cars, the traffic rules are observed and people wait until the traffic light is green. But here everybody would look with a surprise at such a person. The legal culture is creating an idea that these rules must be observed all the time.
In order to raise the legal culture, the society shall not look at the authorities and wait something from them, everyone must start from himself. For example, the simplest thing is to start from our attitude to our children. Whether the children decide for themselves, how they will live their life, or their parents will assume this responsibility and will stipulate a condition that their children shall become world champions, know well math and draw a butterfly using a blue color instead of a wanted pink color? Do we provide a freedom and an opportunity to our children to exercise their rights, or do we tell that we are parents and they should live in the way we want, because we know much, we are smarter than they are? It is difficult for the children grown in such conditions to be the citizens with a high legal culture. They don’t understand, where their rights start and end, but at the same time they think that the rights of others can be violated. We shall provide an example teaching our children to respect the rights of others. The legal culture of the state starts from such simple things.