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Democracy it's important for our live !

Democracy comes from two words, namely "demos" which means people, and "kratos / cratein" which means government, so that it can be interpreted as a people's government, or more we know as government from the people, by the people and for the people.

By definition democracy is a political system in which the highest authority lies in the people who have the right to elect their representatives.

According to Abraham Lincoln "the notion of democracy is a system of government…


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