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I am a law student from India and being a curious learner, I hope to broaden my horizons of understanding.

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Is it important to live in a democracy? #essaycontest2018

Posted on November 30, 2018 at 12:33pm 0 Comments

Name: Arunima Sinh Jadaun

University: Chanakya National Law University

Level of Study: Undergraduate Student

 

Democracy is generally defined as the system of governance wherein the citizens of the country exercise the power to choose their representatives in the government through free and fair elections. Etymologically, the word ‘democracy’ can be derived from the Greek words ‘demos’ and ‘kratos’, meaning ‘people’ and ‘power’ respectively. Abraham Lincoln…

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