Leaders Place in the Institutional Framework

As the paper outlines, there are certain and established rules in society. Some leaders by cherishing these rules try to show their skill while some leaders break those established rules by creating their own rules and they influence the people to follow those rules and thus the entire system gets changed. These political leaders have the capacity to make history. As far as politics is concerned the charismatic leaders in politics from all over the world include Mahatma Gandhi, Adolf Hitler, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Indira Gandhi, Ronald Regan, Barack Obama and many more. Here our question is very clear and that is How do we define the leader’s place in the institutional framework? The question is straightforward and we are not going to argue about the negative impact or positive impact because basically, the question is related to the influence of leaders in the institutional framework. After the Second World War, the entire world was divided into three major groups. They were known as first world nations, second world nations and third world nations. While describing the leaders from different worlds we have taken into consideration the countries which will represent each category of the world. For describing the leadership in the first world we have taken into consideration the leadership in America and Germany. For describing the leadership in the second world we have taken the example of Russia, while for describing the term the leadership in the third world we are taking into account the example of India and Pakistan. Before describing what the role of the leaders is in the institutional framework, it is important to know what is mean by institutional framework? The institutional framework can broadly be defined as the system of formal laws regulations, and procedures, and informal conventions, customs, and norms, that broaden, mold, and restrain socio-economic activity and behavior.