Democracy is almost everywhere in the world. Europe has used its form of government for almost half a century. North and South America are now virtually a hemisphere of democracy; Africa is experiencing democratic reform; and new, democracies have taken root in Asia. Democracy may be a word familiar to most, but it is a concept still misunderstood and misused. Freedom and democracy are often used to mean the same thing, but they are not the same. People in democracy have many rights. This form of government isn’t just for the government, it helps the people. Also how democratic leaders are elected.
Democracy is mostly good for small and older communities, where the whole town or community can get together and vote together on decisions that can be an advantage to all the towns people. This form of democracy is called a direct democracy. Modern society, with its size and complexity, offers few opportunities for direct democracy. Today, the most common form of democracy, whether for a town of 50,000 or nations of 50 million, is representative democracy, in which citizens elect officials to make political decisions, formulate laws, for the publics’ good.
Rights include freedom of speech and expression, freedom of religion and conscience, freedom of assembly, and the right to equal protection before the law. While the state protects the rights of its citizens, in return, the citizens give the country their loyalty. Citizens in a democracy enjoy the right to join organizations of their choosing that are independent of government and to participate freely in the public life of their society.
In a democratic society there are leaders elected by the people who are overall leaded by a prime minister. This government's term of office will run for four or five years. Unless the prime minister loses a majority in parliament. In that case the government falls and new elections ...
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