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Pillars of successful democracy

Htet Htet LinUndergraduate studentDagon University, Myanmar.Topic : Is it important to live in a democracy?First, what kind of system is 'Democracy'? To understand democracy easily, democracy is a governmental system in which we elect our own government through voting system. Democratic principles base on the people's rights, opportunities, and interests. So, it's like democracy system is based on the human right. Thus, democracy is a system preferred the right of people rather than the right…See More
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Pillars of successful democracy

Htet Htet LinUndergraduate studentDagon University, Myanmar.Topic : Is it important to live in a democracy?First, what kind of system is 'Democracy'? To understand democracy easily, democracy is a governmental system in which we elect our own government through voting system. Democratic principles base on the people's rights, opportunities, and interests. So, it's like democracy system is based on the human right. Thus, democracy is a system preferred the right of people rather than the right…See More
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3rd year University student
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Communication, Culture, Democracy, Diplomacy, Education, Environment, Peace, Technology
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I am 20 years old and undergraduate student majoring at International Relations subject. I want to compete in the essay competition managed by Global Ethnics Network.

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Pillars of successful democracy

Posted on October 14, 2018 at 7:16am 0 Comments

Htet Htet Lin

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Dagon University, Myanmar.



Topic : Is it important to live in a democracy?



First, what kind of system is 'Democracy'? To understand democracy easily, democracy is a governmental system in which we elect our own government through voting system. Democratic principles base on the people's rights, opportunities, and interests. So, it's like democracy system is based on the human right. Thus, democracy is a system preferred the… Continue

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