differentiate between democratic and non democratic government?


Asked by kandukururamchandra19pokemon | 3rd Mar, 2021, 07:55: PM

Expert Answer:

  • A democratic government is elected by people and the head of the country is elected for a fixed period of time. The head of the state in a non-democratic government is not the representative of the people (as he is not elected by the people) and may continue to remain in power for unspecified period of time.
  • Democracy is based on the idea of deliberation and negotiation. As a result, democratic political systems take time in executing decisions. In a non-democratic government, the leaders need not bother themselves with public opinion, and hence, decision making process in such systems is quicker.
  • In a democracy, decisions of the Government are acceptable to the people and are more effective in redressal of the public’s concerns. Dictators can take decisions that are not acceptable to the public at large.
  • While a democratic government is a legitimate, responsible and accountable to the people, a non-democratic government is not accountable to people.

Answered by Ramandeep | 3rd Mar, 2021, 09:29: PM

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