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Is it important to live in a democracy?

 Is it important to live in a democracy? Yes, I believe democracy is important for the people of any country. I live in Bangladesh, a country where we fought almost 200 years of colonial British rule and 24 years of oppressive Pakistani rule -all to gain sovereignty.  Democracy means the source of all power are the people. It is a system where a voice of rich, a voice of poor, a voice of a male, a voice of a female is heard and respected equally for the betterment of the country. As human…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

 Is it important to live in a democracy? Yes, I believe democracy is important for the people of any country. I live in Bangladesh, a country where we fought almost 200 years of colonial British rule and 24 years of oppressive Pakistani rule -all to gain sovereignty.  Democracy means the source of all power are the people. It is a system where a voice of rich, a voice of poor, a voice of a male, a voice of a female is heard and respected equally for the betterment of the country. As human…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 6:29pm 0 Comments

 Is it important to live in a democracy? Yes, I believe democracy is important for the people of any country. I live in Bangladesh, a country where we fought almost 200 years of colonial British rule and 24 years of oppressive Pakistani rule -all to gain sovereignty.  Democracy means the source of all power are the people. It is a system where a voice of rich, a voice of poor, a voice of a male, a voice of a female is heard and respected equally for the betterment of the country. As human…

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