NAME - Manimaran Shamili 

ORGANIZATION  - Crimea Federal University 

JOB - Student  

DEMOCRACY
INTRODUCTION
My humble thanks to everyone who gives me the freedom of writing; freedom of speaking and freedom to share my thought to my society .In this essay am going to explain why is important to live democracy, still some countries are not following democracy which means the kings are rolling country and government; but my opinion is, for baby the mother breast milk is how much important is the same importance to the country to get democracy let see it briefly about it below……
What is democracy?
Before that explaining about democracy I want to share the small story “A little boy have a doubt about status of society so that he want to clarified the doubt he asked his dad { daddy what is society status and his dad reply baby you will know later or ask your teacher } on next day the son went to school and he tell the teacher mam I ask the question to my daddy but he did not give answer and after that mid night he went to servant lady room and he is harassing the lady and I want to wake up my mommy but she is in deep sleep in her dark room so that I cannot get the answer mam can you please explain what is society status. That teacher replies to the student you already get the answer yes; the innocent people are get harassment's by ownership people and the public and government is still sleeping in darkness. But when we can get change of this situation we have only one idea that is we have to a give a weapon to every people it’s called democracy explanation of the word is very simple by the people for the people and of the people but the depth of the meaning is more deeper that Mariana trench
Why is important to live in democracy
1 .Democracy can provide for changes in government without violence.
2. Democracy prevents monopoly of the ruling authority
3. Democracy promotes equality and the protection of people rights
4. There is the strong legal system and the citizen have right to vote and not based on the caste.
5. In the direct democracy, the citizens directly participate in legislation, and have the authority in policy initiatives the laws and governing policies are made by the citizens themselves, giving them maximum participation and bringing transparency to the system .policy decisions are made with the consensus of people which makes the process fair.
6. The people are directly responsible for the policies in a direct democracy, it does not leave them a chance for blaming the representatives.
7. In a representative democracy, not citizens, but the representatives elected by them are responsible for making laws and formulating the government they make the people’s concerns heard and the decisions or laws made by them cater to the people’s interests.
8. The representative also play a role in educating the masses about political issues
9. An advantage of representative democracy over direct democracy is that the representatives are politically educated and thus, are more efficient at taking decisions pertaining to legislation. This allows for more informed decisions
10. Representatives are elected for a particular area, which means they have good knowledge of the people’s needs

CONCLUSION

The only thing about democracy is “the king can think about people pain but leader only can feel the pain and work for people “that is why democracy is the important thing for the world people need a leader
“I LOVE TO LIVE DEMOCRACY ’’
THANK YOU …

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Comment by Padmavathi Ujjalsingh on December 31, 2018 at 2:28pm

Every Country should need Democracy .

Democracy gives people the greatest amount of freedom.

Thank You Ms.Shamili, your Blog is really Amazing and meaningful.

Comment by Raja Manoj on December 31, 2018 at 11:30am
Deep meaning nice one

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