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Democracy as a system of governance and interest representation demands respect for Majority oppressed people

Democracy as a system of governance and interest representation demands respect for majority oppressed people. It recognizes the principle of majority rule and guarantees, protection of minorities. Democracy also builds faith in electoral contestation to gain public office and gives legitimacy to political parties as primary instruments for acquisition and transfer of power from one set of individuals to another. But how about the majority oppressed people ,how about their voices and concern for their right to share decision making process, have we allowed them to join decision making process at grass root level on the basis of County?.

The prevailing System did not allow the real stakeholder to decide the fate of their own future and the future of Nation.

Since the creation of so-called democratic process in Britain the real stakeholder of Country are left at distant from the corridor of power, so that the ruling elite can do what they wanted to do in favor of their interest and exploit the natural resources in their favors, leaving the people at the mercy of circumstances. As this policy is denial of right of people to rule their country according to their aspiration and desire.

Only the society base on tolerance, equality and justice can be the real guarantee for the prosperous and strong Britain. Many innocent people are dying every day-week and every month in and around our the region due to wrong foreign policy the need of the time is to redress the past mistakes and adopt export oriented foreign policy for which we require to change the system of sole power in one hand or few of them to empower the people at grass root level.

To eliminate the socio-political injustice and strengthen the unity within the society at large, and closing the door for destruction and chaos by evil forces intruder, by penetrate in our society because of social unrest.

Despite the significance of the democratic system, only the rich and mighty elite are fitted in power and Oppressed People are always left at the mercy of circumstances to suffer in silence, why?


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Yup loads of rich and elite people in parties like labour, lib dems, greens etc... Oh wait.. And besides, people like David Cameron are running an entire country. People like him could be working in huge companies, and running them instead; making lots more money.

Oh and none of these parties have women/gay people/Muslims/Jewish people etc... Not tolerant at all /sarcasm.
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The majority oppressed people oppress themselves by not voting.
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Trust yourself take the lead in your hands and decide the fate of your own future and the Nation. No one in parties you have mentioned is prepared to share power with ordinary Briton. They want support decentgralisation of power at grass root level. They are after centralise sole power in one hand or few of them and keep the masses away from the corridor of power.
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(Original post by gladders)
The majority oppressed people oppress themselves by not voting.
This may be true, however is not their fault as they are either deprived of political knowledge or are so fed up of this two party system that continues to unrepresent a high proportion of people. People are just fed up of voting to put it simple.
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(Original post by DeanDouglas)
This may be true, however is not their fault as they are either deprived of political knowledge or are so fed up of this two party system that continues to unrepresent a high proportion of people. People are just fed up of voting to put it simple.
What two-party system? We haven't had a two party system in almost a decade, and this election more than any since the Twenties is about as far from a two-party system as it could be.
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