Azzahra Nur Rachman
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Democracy it's important for our live !

Democracy comes from two words, namely "demos" which means people, and "kratos / cratein" which means government, so that it can be interpreted as a people's government, or more we know as government from the people, by the people and for the people.By definition democracy is a political system in which the highest authority lies in the people who have the right to elect their representatives.According to Abraham Lincoln "the notion of democracy is a system of government held by the people, by…See More
Dec 6, 2018
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Democracy it's important for our live !

Democracy comes from two words, namely "demos" which means people, and "kratos / cratein" which means government, so that it can be interpreted as a people's government, or more we know as government from the people, by the people and for the people.By definition democracy is a political system in which the highest authority lies in the people who have the right to elect their representatives.According to Abraham Lincoln "the notion of democracy is a system of government held by the people, by…See More
Dec 6, 2018
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My name is azzahra nur rachman , i'm now in grade 2 senior high school , i attended madrasah aliyah ulumul qur'an langsa, and my hope from the global ethnics network so that my essay can be meaned to everyone and can make people eyes opened about democracy.

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Democracy it's important for our live !

Posted on December 6, 2018 at 3:11pm 0 Comments

Democracy comes from two words, namely "demos" which means people, and "kratos / cratein" which means government, so that it can be interpreted as a people's government, or more we know as government from the people, by the people and for the people.

By definition democracy is a political system in which the highest authority lies in the people who have the right to elect their representatives.

According to Abraham Lincoln "the notion of democracy is a system of government…

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