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Democracy, finding light at the end of the tunnel.

By definition, democracy can be defined as a state governed by the whole population or all the eligible members of the state, typically through elected representatives.

Democracy is indeed a system of rule based mostly upon a government of the individuals, by the individuals and for the individuals day.

Democracy is vital because it protects the interests and demands of minority teams, and every one of those teams have access to the form of government. In democracy minorities area… Continue

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The Essence of living in a Democracy World: Nigeria as a Case Study

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Full Name: Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict

University: South America University

Degree: Oil and Gas Management (Msc)

Date: 29th September, 2018

Essay Title: The Essence of living in a Democracy World: Nigeria as a Case Study

Living in a democracy is so important so as to ensure that government follows the will of the masses and not the one that compel the citizens to follow it.

In November 1863, the former President of the United…

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