CBSE : Class IX : Polity : Chapter 2 : WHAT IS DEMOCRACY? WHY DEMOCRACY? : Write the differences between democratic and non-democratic government ?

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  • Published date: June 17, 2019
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A) Following are the  differences between democratic and non-democratic government:
Democratic Government:
1) Democratic government is better than any other form of government in responding to the needs of the people.
2) A democratic government is a better government because it is a
more accountable form of government.
3) Democratic government uses consultation and discussion to arrive on decisions. Thus improving the quality of decision-making.
4)Democratic government provides a methods to deal with differences and conflicts and treat all citizen with equality
.Non-Democratic Government:
1)A non-democratic government may and can respond to the people’s needs, but it all depends on the wishes of the people who rule.
2) In non-democratic government, rights of people are usually ignored and the decisions by rulers are always final.
3) In non-democratic government, all the citizens does not enjoy equal rights. Their rights can be suspended by the rulers even without reason.
4) A non-democratic governme hardly seeks any opinion from citizens in any decision making process.

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