4. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow.
Law is a body of rules or principles. These rules or principles aim at maintaining peace, order, justice and defining the rights of the citizens. They also aim at harmonizing conflicting interests and providing means for punishing wrong doers.
In a democratic country where rule of law is established, all people are equal under the law. Thus, rulers and the rules must obey the law of the country. Rule of law states that, no one is punishable unless proved guilt. It further calls for the judiciary to provide justice, protect the rights of all citizens and settle conflicts. Rule of law therefore, demand the government to run its activities according to the constitution and serve the interests of the majority by providing them with services they need.