Why Democracy Fails in Third World Countries


Why Democracy Fails in Third World Countries

Anna Kazmi

The Latin term “demokratia” literally means the rule of the people. This takes into consideration all the demands of the populace, what changes they desire, how they would like their needs to be met, and what steps they expect their government to take in order to make headway against the defective areas of the country. The government elected by the nation then has to take the necessary measures, like the implementation of certain laws to avoid crime, undivided focus on the economy and financial stability of the country, prioritizing the knowledge departed to the youth, especially awareness about the country’s state of affairs, to ensure that its people are satisfied. That is how the ideal democratic republic starts on the road to success.

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