The Importance Of Democracy In The World

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Today, in this world, democracy is probably defined as a more advanced political form because people get power, people are satisfied and society is made of them. Democracy, a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held freeelections(Merriam-Webster, 2015). Democracy is existing many countries in this world and many countries are promoting democracy to other non-democracy countries. Although democracy could be the best political solution but democracy is not the best political solution for all the countries, democracy does not fit every county because of diversity, erosion of democracy blinds people’s minds to…show more content…
There are no two same leaves, so are countries’ situation. Democracy is to put the managing power of a country to the hands of its masses. However, the people in their country can never be the same as other countries. Democracy’s well-done work in some countries does not indicates that democracy will apply other distinctive countries. The United States of America is a democracy country and it devotes to provide democracy assistance. In 195 countries and 14 territories on Freedom Hose Index, 35 countries made transition from “not free” to “half free” or “free.” But some countries slipped back to “not free.” Although some successful transition happened, failure happened as well, even if with help from other country. Democracy is more likely to achieve when people are well-equipped sufficient strategies and tools, which people in some countries are not. They know they need freedom, need democracy and nothing more. Some people are uneducated and mentally immature, these kind of people are easily get fooled and brainwashed to do something wrong, for so called “freedom” brought by the brainwasher. Democracy should be implicated only if the country has set fertile lands and well-planned strategies to let democracy thrive (Bridle,…show more content…
Unlike dictatorship form, democracy lets masses govern themselves and provides them the power to vote(Rawat, 2014). It is absolutely right, however, there are one thing this author did not think. During the processing through the way to democracy, can the country and its people afford the loses or the impacts brought. Wars could be caused because of votes differences. Many civil wars happened because the proposals were raised as anti-governmental proposals. The reason why the proposals were defined is that the disadvantages are too huge to take and most of them are unrefusable. The suppression and its resistance leaded wars. Loses are needed in order to build an ideal society, sometimes loses are too huge to the whole nations, chaos follows and nation could really fall apart. In addition, some people are specially persuasive. This kind of people can easily persuade those uneducated people to blindly follow them, which can causes dictatorship inside of so called “Democracy”. It takes time to kick those pests out and brings loses might not be

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