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  • 1. Advantages of DemocracyPeaceful Modifications in the GovernmentDemocracy can offer modifications in government without hostility. In a democracy,authority can be reassigned from one party to another by the mode of elections.The power of the general public of a country decides its ruling power.Averting MonopolyFurthermore, any government is confined to an election tenure after which it has tocontend against other parties to recover power. This method averts monopoly of the reigningparty. The reigning authorities have to ensure it functions effectively for its people as cannotcontinue being the authority subsequent to carrying out its term unless re-elected by the people.Feeling of GratitudeThis inculcates a feeling of responsibility towards the citizens.The reigning party owes their accomplishment in the elections tothe people of the country. This leads to a feeling of thankfulness towards the citizens. It can act astheir inspiration to function for the people for it is the general masses that have absolute authorityover selecting their government.Social Responsibility of the CitizensAn additional vital advantage of democracy is that the citizens achieve a sense of contribution in theprocedure of selecting their government. They get the chance to speak out their views by method ofelectoral voting. This gives ascend to a feeling of belongingness in the brains of the masses towardstheir society and its well being.