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Is it important to live in democracy?

Democracy can be defined as a system of government in which a country's political leaders are elected by the people through a free and fair elections. The term democracy is derived from a Greek word 'demos' which means the people and 'kratos' which also mean power or government by the people. Therefore, democracy can be explained as a system of government where the people are allowed to rule or govern themselves. Also, it is a system of government where it's authority is from the express…See More
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Is it important to live in democracy?

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Democracy can be defined as a system of government in which a country's political leaders are elected by the people through a free and fair elections. The term democracy is derived from a Greek word 'demos' which means the people and 'kratos' which also mean power or government by the people. Therefore, democracy can be explained as a system…
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