Social Studies

How are differences usually settled in a democracy?

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Differences in democracy usually settled in elections. In democracy, it’s the people of the nation who decide who to elect as an official of the government. It is the people that give their vote to someone who they think deserve to be on the position and act as a good leader of the country. By this kind of method, there’s no one to blame, because each and everyone in the country has given a chance to vote and to choose their leader, their trusted person to become their country’s government officials.

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