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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Japaralieva AdinaiBishkek University of Humanities - Bachelor   I believe that democracy is not a term, democracy is a phenomenon with the epithet “public”. People differently understand the concept of the word "Democracy", but there is no single definition. And therefore for some it is a form of government; where some perceive it as the “power of the people,” without even delving into the meaning of these words; others believe that democracy is anarchy, where there is no single social…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Japaralieva AdinaiBishkek University of Humanities - Bachelor   I believe that democracy is not a term, democracy is a phenomenon with the epithet “public”. People differently understand the concept of the word "Democracy", but there is no single definition. And therefore for some it is a form of government; where some perceive it as the “power of the people,” without even delving into the meaning of these words; others believe that democracy is anarchy, where there is no single social…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

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Japaralieva Adinai

Bishkek University of Humanities - Bachelor

   I believe that democracy is not a term, democracy is a phenomenon with the epithet “public”. People differently understand the concept of the word "Democracy", but there is no single definition. And therefore for some it is a form of government; where some perceive it as the “power of the people,” without even delving into the meaning of these words; others believe that democracy is anarchy, where there…

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