some people think young people are not suitable for important positions in the government, while others argue that it is a good idea. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
首段：背景介绍 + 争议焦点 + 作家立场：
The mightiness of a nation, to large extent, depends on its leader, in this sense, mounting number of young leaders are playing key roles in a nation's management. Conflicting ideas clash in determining whether or not it is feasible to inspire the youth to embark on some crucial jobs in the governments. To voice my opinion, younger people could and should assume the obligation of management in the governmental affairs.
Indeed， plenty of evidence could be explored to justify that young leaders exert a beneficial influence on a nation's prosperity and triumph. The most glaring merit of young leader is that the multiplication of youthful officials or leaders in the governments will inject fresh vitality into the governments, for youngsters, in most cases, have creative mode of thinking, vigorous energy and enterprising spirit. Another merit deriving from young leaders is that they dare to explore the unknown， assume responsibility and challenge themselves. How can a nation become prosperous and mighty if its younger generation fails to be given the opportunities to grow and mature? Last, in comparison with senior leaders, younger leaders usually have less to worry about in terms of personal matters, therefore, they could devote themselves to their motherlands wholeheartedly.
However, still others remain suspicious of my stand. As a proverb goes, there is no garden without weeds. Some people argue that vital government works cannot be undertaken by younger people because so immature and inexperienced are the youngsters that they are more likely to commit blunders ranging from making wrong decisions to failing to fulfill their duties properly. Consequently, citizens' interests will be jeopardized and a nation's prospects will be put at risk if younger governmental officials account for the vast majority of administrative authorities. Still, it is argued that in comparison with the young, senior officials enjoy more superiorities in terms of policy making, crisis management and prospering the national economy.
In closing, my stand is that it is wise to encourage younger people to embark on some crucial governmental tasks, because they own infinite potentials and will benefit the nation in the long run. My suggestion is that senior officials should provide more guidance and assistance.