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Essay Topic: Is it Important to live in a democracy ?

My name is Junaid Ahmed Sohu Age: 21Institution: Undergraduate Student/ MUET Jamshoro ( Sindh, Pakistan)Essay Topic: Is it Important to live in a democracy ?            No doubt, today our world is facing many obstructions and impediments in the form of multifarious concerns. Every nation is at sixes and sevens and in the state of topsy-turvy. In order to tackle such gargantuan issues, there is a need of well-ordered manifestation of government which can provide stability in all corridors of…See More
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Essay Topic: Is it Important to live in a democracy ?

My name is Junaid Ahmed Sohu Age: 21Institution: Undergraduate Student/ MUET Jamshoro ( Sindh, Pakistan)Essay Topic: Is it Important to live in a democracy ?            No doubt, today our world is facing many obstructions and impediments in the form of multifarious concerns. Every nation is at sixes and sevens and in the state of topsy-turvy. In order to tackle such gargantuan issues, there is a need of well-ordered manifestation of government which can provide stability in all corridors of…See More
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Essay Topic: Is it Important to live in a democracy ?

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My name is Junaid Ahmed Sohu 

Age: 21

Institution: Undergraduate Student/ MUET Jamshoro ( Sindh, Pakistan)

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