How Do Elections Promote Democracy?


The most obvious representation of democracy in elections is the election of a representative (in representative democracy) of a constituency and its locals in Parliament. Democracy is further shown by the sovereignty returns to the people during the election and the promotion of political participation.
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Elections promote democracy in a number of ways: 1. The people are electing a representative (in representative democracy) to represent their constituency and them as an individual
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