What is democracy? Democracy a form of government in which the people freely elect representatives to govern them in a country, democracy guarantees free and fair elections, basic personal and political rights and independent court of law. There are two types of democracy, direct and indirect democracy. Direct democracy or pure democracy is where there is direct participate of the people; people make decisions for them instead of letting them representative make decision for them. Indirect democracy the decisions are made by the representative on behalf of the people that voted for them. All over the world people are having different views with regard to democracy and how it operates. “It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried” ~ Winston Churchill, some have said democracy is the worst government form of government which I also think it’s! Due to the how it operates.
The Elections and Voting
The government ensures that the citizens are living in a peaceful country, with security, better service delivery and it also a good thing allowing people to participate in decision making through voting. The political parties play a role in providing these resources to the people like; clean water, repair roads, remove garbage, etc. When we come to voting between different parties that under the government we vote for how they deliver services to the society. The election time where every party goes to an electoral campaign to present the candidate that they nominated to stand for them in the political office and make promises to the people into how they can change the world and how they can deliver services much better than the party that is already in charge. They normally do this for the people to vote for them and make them the leading political party and when people vote for political parties they do not look from the past records, but through the ideologies that has most benefited or that promises to bring more change, at some situations you find people bribing people into voting for them. But voting for them does not mean there will really deliver as they promise some say things for the sake of votes In democratic country people vote for their favourite party freely they are not forced into anything.
The majority rules
In the democracy we have what they call the majority rules and the minority happens to suffer. Since everything in a democracy is about voting and it's the voters who decide what is wrong and what is right for them, what will happen next or how will things be through their votes. Normally we have two or more sides to choose from, in a case of two sides, for example people vote and choose the side, they think it the best for them or it suit their life after people have voted the votes are counted and the party that got more votes wins and become in charge and what they say it goes their neglect or do not pay much attention to ideas, views, complains, thoughts of the...