In ancient Rome, the Roman people were divided into two classes, the senate and the commoners. The people who consisted of Roman citizens who were not members of the senate. The Roman Senate, on the other hand, was the principal governing council of the Roman Republic, founded in 509 BC, and its successor, the Roman Empire. Local power was concentrated in the hands of the Roman people through the comitia centuriata, the comitia tributa, and the concilium plebis (plebiscite council). However, the Senate still had considerable political power in Roman politics. The official body that sent and received envoys was the senate, appointing officials, allocating government bonds, and administering wars. At the same time, the senators prevented the person who would do some services for the benefit of the people in Ancient Rome, so that he would not be exalted in the eyes of the people and suffer from power poisoning.
In ancient Rome, senators thought that this attitude would benefit the country in the long run by preventing people who would serve the public. This situation can prevent class divisions among the people and contribute to the formation of a fair system. It eliminates terms such as rich-poor, noble-degenerate and prevents human favouritism. At the same time, this person who suffers from power poisoning can turn into a rude and selfish person, which can negatively affect the public. But blocking people who will do services that will benefit the public also means blocking those services. Taking this opportunity from the public can also negatively affect them. Although it will not create a certain situation that will harm the public, the new places and services they may have will be taken from them. The fact that no new place to serve can be built may cause the people not to develop and lag behind. This is something that might cause problems in the future. Even if the people rule at that moment, they will lag behind while other nations develop, which is the opposite of what the senators want to do because the senators’ reason for making this arrangement is because they think it will contribute to the country in the long run. However, they can create an equal society if senators take equal amounts of money from the people and continue to make places for the benefit of the people and prevent certain people from doing so. This also prevents the country from lagging behind. On the contrary; welfare, developed and a fair country that does not experience any problems among the people. They form a society that respects their values and cares about each other.
In conclusion, their arrangement would be logical and sensible if senators blocked certain people from performing services and continued to build certain places that would serve the public good.