Solution to the Problem of the PM Sanna Marin Dancing Syndrome

Summary of the Problem: The Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, 36-year-old, has faced a big local and international problem and come under heavy criticism in Finland and worldwide after footage of her merry singing and dancing with celebrities at her official residence was leaked to the local press and social media, and her political opponents consider her dancing a big scandal , however, many women in Finland and other countries including Hilary Clinton , the ex-USA Secretary of State , showed their support for her and defended her dancing stance by posting their own dancing videos on dancing social media.
The prime minister, Sanna Marin, was accused of using drug in the party, so she took a drug test in an effort to put an end to this accusation and she had tested negative.
Sanna Marin gave a tearful speech during a meeting of her Social Democratic Party, asking her party and the opposition parties to judge for her hard official work and not what she, as a human being, chooses to do in her free time.
PM Sanna Marin, who became the world’s youngest Prime Minister when she took power in 2019, has made no secret of her enjoyment of leisure time and has defended that dancing attitude despite the recent heavy criticism.
This dancing problem raises a very important international dancing question as follows: Do the world leaders, whether male or female, Like Sanna Marin, have legal and constitutional right to dance and party in their leisure time or not?
Summary of the Solution: It goes without saying that all the world leaders, whether male or female, like Sanna Marin, have the legal and constitutional right to dance and party in their leisure time just like any other ordinary human beings, however, it is better for the world leaders to utterly prevent photography in order to avoid their political opponents’ allegations. It is worth mentioning that this international dancing right , which is a very natural one, is supported and proved by Articles (3) , (24) and (27) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article (3) provides that: Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person, Article (24) provides that : Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay , and Article (27) provides that: Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits, accordingly, liberty, enjoyment of leisure and enjoyment or art are basic human rights for everyone without any exception. Again, all diplomatic protocols in the world, which teach diplomats, presidents and ministers the best way of talking and walking, do not expressly prohibit them from dancing in their free time. Finally, I must say to all human beings in this world: One dance in the open air is better than any medicine or healthcare!!

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