What is a Democracy for me? As a political mode of power, it is a choice to vote for people who are candidates for deputies, presidents. But since I am not a politically active person now and have stronger interests in other things, for instance in medicine, I try not to go to the polls. In the first elections, where I voted, I had nothing left but to vote for the then acting president. Because I saw the other two candidates for the first time. The following case occurred when the medical…See More
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