Every government has its budget where it defines how much money should be assigned on what.I would try "Every government has a definite budget on specific issues." It sounds more concise than your sentence, which sounds a little awkward
In order to sustain normal activity of a state and its citizens, as well as to
provide high standards of living for its population,
the government should spends the vast majority of its funds on solving social issues, such as
improving education, developing science and promoting
various field of
economy. Usually in formal essays, try to avoid the use of "I" because it sounds much less professional. Try "The main goal of a government is to solve basic problems of the society, and that is why the government should spend as much as possible to empower what is important for the people
That is why I think that the government should spend as much money as possible on what is of greater importance for people, which is solving the basic problems of the society.
All states consist of people
there within its rule
, indeed, they who
all have certain social need. The main concern of every government must be the satisfaction of these needs and
provide people with making sure that people have
proper living conditions
, because That is why
people create the government to assist them in working out solution for the type of problems that particular individuals are not able to deal with. How can a certain government assign money funds that are formed mainly with money that people pay to state in the form of taxes to the development of something that is too remote from their basic needs? It is not reasonable, for example,
to for Central
African countries to spend money
on development to develop
let us say for example
technology or exploration of universe or promoting or
nuclear energy, if their population experience problems with employment, infrastructure and economy. Only after addressing all basic problems of society Are you sure about this? Most first-world nations, like the US, have already successfully dealt with these basic problems.
, which has not been achieved even in very developed first - world countries, a government may direct its attention and consequently the majority of its fund on developing space technology and the like.
Furthermore, there is no need to develop space equipment for further exploration of other planets appropriate for living if people will have everything that they need to satisfy their basic material and social need that are clean environment, infrastructure, good jobs, enough money to support household and their family This paragraphs seems to be connected to the previous paragraph, so it seems unnecessary to start a new paragraph with a "furthermore"
. If people are satisfied with everything on the Earth they will not think of moving to another remote and unfamiliar place that definitely will not be better that our planet because it is unique and as proved still is the most perfect habitat for human.
On the other hand, governments may allocate some
on scientific investigation of cosmos and other planets, because it is not impossible and rational to make obstacles for further progress of science. However, money spend on mentioned fields should not be significant and be
done on the basis of cutting off expenditures that are necessary for satisfying needs of society.
In conclusion, I again, try to avoid the use of "I"
would like to mention briefly that if governments spend money on fulfillment of people's basic needs that must constitute the main purpose of each government there will be no need to spend huge amounts of money on exploration of other planets. Therefore, I support the viewpoint that government should spend as much money as possible on solving the basic problem of society.