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Name two main factors which pose serious challenges democracy.
Name the countries which face challenges of expansion.
Why there is no unique list of desirable reforms?
State one guideline which can be kept in mind while devising ways for political reforms in India.
Which law acts as a watchdog of democracy?
Name the act which empowers the people to find out what is going on in the government?
How many countries in the world have a democratic form of government?
How can democratic reforms be carried out?
Mention any two constitutional provisions that make India a secular state.
Name any two challenges to the working of democracy in India.
How much part of the globe is still not under the democratic government?
Suggest a desirable condition that a good democracy should have.
Is democracy a brutal rule of the majority?
If all the decision of a political party are made by a single family, and all other members are neglected, then what challenge is being faced by that party?
What is ‘democracy reform’ or ‘democratic reform’ or ‘Political reform’?
Discuss the board challenges to democracy.
What do you understand by ‘regionalism’?
How is ‘deepening of democracy’ a major challenge to modern democracies? Explain.
Mention the major types of challenges which most of the democracies of the world are facing?
What are the steps that can be taken for the removal of poverty in India?
‘’Different countries face a different kind of challenges’’. Support the statement with suitable examples.
What are the guidelines to be kept in mind while adopting political reforms?
How are challenge to democracy linked to the possibility of political reforms.
List out the demerits of democracy.
Which is the most popular form of government in the contemporary world?
How is Myanmar facing the foundation challenge of making a transition to democracy? Explain.
Discuss some ways and means for political reforms in India.
Describe any three factors that are responsible reforms in India.
‘’Most established democracies face a challenge of expansion.’’ Comment.
What is called ‘democratic reforms’? By whom these are to be carried out? What does ‘legal ways of reforming politics’ imply?