Q. 383.5( 2 Votes )
Distinguish between democratic and non-democratic conditions.
Democracy is a form of government where the rulers get elected by the people and contrary to this is a nondemocratic form.
• In non-democratic form, people have no say in the decision of electing a ruler. In a democracy, people elect their leader.
• A nondemocratic government may respond to people’s need, but it all depends on the wishes of people who rule. In a democracy the ruler is accountable to the nation hence must listen to the demands of the people.
• There is no consultation or discussion in nondemocracy while taking any decision; a ruler does what he wishes.
• In nondemocratic government, there is accountability as the mistakes are either kept hidden from public or their feedback is not considered.
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