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  Democratic Politics (NTSE/Olympiad)  

1. Democracy In The Contemporary World

Distinction between Democratic and Non-Democratic Countries

Distinction between Democratic and Non-Democratic Countries :
  Democratic CountriesNon-Democratic Countries
1.In democratic countries, there is no danger to people's life by the establishedgovernmentIn non-democratic countries, the people have no security of life. They can bekilled by military rulers in thousands as happened in Chile in 1973
2.In Democratic countries the citizens enjoy the freedom of speech. The people caneven criticise the governmentsIn non-democratic countries, there is no freedom of speech as was the case with the women of Calama who kept silent even after the slaughter of their men.
3.In democratic countries, there are regular elections through which the people can change their governmentIn non-democratic countries, there are no regular elections and people have nor right to change their government
4.In democratic countries, the opposition parties are allowed to function freelyIn non-democratic countries, opposition parties are not allowed to function. Mostly, there is a one man or one party rule
5.In democratic countries, there is the freedom of the press. There in no censorship of the pressIn non-government countries, the press is kept under stricter control. It is not allowed to function freely.
6.In democratic countries, workers are allowed to have their independent Trade Unions.In non-democratic countries, the workers have no right to form their independentTrade Unions.
7.In democratic countries, any people can aspire for any post. People belonging to ordinary families like Sh. Lal Bahadur shastri and Dr. APJ. Abdul Kalam can rise to the position of even Prime Minister or President of IndiaIn non-democratic countries, the people can not aspire for any post. They are always under the thumb of the autocratic ruler or the dictator.

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