May 16, 2012 ... The five main characteristics of democracy are as under: (i) Elected
representative: In democracy representatives elected by the people make ...
Characteristics of democracy are inclusion of the public in the process of
governmental elections, majority rule, establishment of basic human rights and
free and ...
A democracy is based on the idea of the people having a say in who governs and
rules them, making participation one of the most important characteristics in ...
A true democracy upholds the basic human rights of its citizens as outlined in its
laws, agreements or constitution. These rights include freedom of religion, ...
There are three necessary conditions for a democratic government: ... the
function of political parties in democracies along with other important
free and fair elections; rule of law; freedom of speech, religion... respecting
differences and minorities (ideological, national, sexual, religious...) independent
Majority rule is a major principle of democracy Common features of democracy
are: Competitive elections Freedom of speech Freedom of the press Rule of law ...
May 29, 2014 ... A democracy in its roots is the theory that the majority decides how a group of
people should deal with a particular issue. It is not, however, that ...
The five main characteristics of democracy are as under: (i) Elected
representative: In democracy representatives elected by the people make laws
and frame ...
The main characteristics of democracy are as under: (i) Elected representative: In
democracy representatives elected by the people make laws and frame ...