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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN DEMPCRACY ?

Haifa abbassichawki nasri high school Democracy is a word that we hear a lot in political forums and global conferences; we hear it from the tongues of everyone.Everybody wants a democratic system of government or seeks to raise this slogan making sacrifices for that.For many, the establishment of a democratic system of government has become the only way to achieve freedom the peoples and the elimination of political tyranny, to express the opinion and accept the other opinion in a peaceful…See More
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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN DEMPCRACY ?

Haifa abbassichawki nasri high school Democracy is a word that we hear a lot in political forums and global conferences; we hear it from the tongues of everyone.Everybody wants a democratic system of government or seeks to raise this slogan making sacrifices for that.For many, the establishment of a democratic system of government has become the only way to achieve freedom the peoples and the elimination of political tyranny, to express the opinion and accept the other opinion in a peaceful…See More
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IS IT IMPORTANT TO LIVE IN DEMPCRACY ?

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Democracy is a word that we hear a lot in political forums and global conferences; we hear it from the tongues of everyone.

Everybody wants a democratic system of government or seeks to raise this slogan making sacrifices for that.

For many, the establishment of a democratic system of government has become the only way to achieve freedom the peoples…

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