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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Democracy is the system of government which some countries is currently adapting.Research had made it known that democracy is a government where citizens are governed through their elected representatives. Most people often say its a government defined by the people or elected them as our representative and a government for the people because they look after or take care of the needs of its citizens. It is derived from a Greek word "Démokratía" which literally means "rule by peiple". In this…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Democracy is the system of government which some countries is currently adapting.Research had made it known that democracy is a government where citizens are governed through their elected representatives. Most people often say its a government defined by the people or elected them as our representative and a government for the people because they look after or take care of the needs of its citizens. It is derived from a Greek word "Démokratía" which literally means "rule by peiple". In this…See More
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Am a student of UNSSEC.
I would love to gather interesting words and facts about the things around us.

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

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Democracy is the system of government which some countries is currently adapting.

Research had made it known that democracy is a government where citizens are governed through their elected representatives. Most people often say its a government defined by the people or elected them as our representative and a government for the people because they look after or take care of the needs of its citizens. It is derived from a Greek word "Démokratía" which literally means "rule by peiple". In… Continue

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