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Similarly, option A doesn't mean achieving political compromises is not good for the functioning of a government.

Hello chiranjeev, we had to look for option that mentions that political compromises is "not" good for the functioning of a government.

As you mentioned, option A doesn't mean achieving political compromises is not good for the functioning of a government.

So, why we are choosing A?
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we had to look for option that mentions that political compromises is "not" good for the functioning of a government.



No. We are not 'necessarily' looking for an option that says achieving political compromises is not good for the functioning of the government. However, if an option says so, it will also be correct. However, we don't 'need' an option to say that.

For example: Ram scored very well on GMAT. Ram's GMAT score shows that he is intelligent.

Now, the above argument can be definitely weakened by saying that a good GMAT score is a reflection of poor intelligence. However, we don't need an option to say that to weaken the argument. In other words, there are other ways to weaken the argument.

A statement that a GMAT score is not enough to prove one's intelligence also weakens the argument.

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