What are the demerits of Indian democracy?

What are the demerits of Indian democracy?

Demerits of democracy:

  • Democracy is all about political competition and power play. There is no scope for morality.
  • Consultation in a democracy from many people leads to delays.
  • Not knowing the best interest of the people by the elected leaders leads to bad decisions.
  • Democracy leads to corruption for it is based on electoral competition.

What are the merits and demerits of Indian democracy?

Answer Expert Verified 1) a democratic government is better form of government because it is more accountable form of government. 2) democracy improves the quality of decision making. 3) democracy enhances the dignity of citizens. 4) poor and least educated has the same status as the rich and educated.

What are the merits and demerits of electoral competition class 9?

What are the merits and demerits of electoral competition

  • It creates a sense of disunity and factionalism in every locality.
  • Different political parties and leaders often level allegations against one another.
  • parties nd candidates often use dirty tricks.
  • small parties who want to give for the society do not do anything.
  • misuse of govt. money by current govt.

What are the two merits of electoral competition class 9?

What are the merits of electoral competition

  • This system works better in the long run.
  • It gives every party an equal chance to compete against each other.
  • It leads to the foundation of a well developed society.
  • Regular electoral competition provides incentives to political parties and leaders.

What are two merits of electoral competition?

1 Answer. (i) Political leaders are motivated by the desire to advance their political careers. (ii) They want to come in power and retain positions for themselves. So they do their best to win the hearts of people.

What is Voter List Class 9?

Voters’ List. In a democratic election, the list of those who are eligible to vote is prepared much before the election and given to everyone, which is officially called the Electoral Roll and is commonly known as the Voters’ List.

Who appoints Indian Election Commission?

Chief Election Commissioner of India
Election Commission of India
Nominator Government of India
Appointer President of India
Term length 6 years or up to 65 years of age (whichever is earlier)

What is Article 243K of Indian Constitution?

(1) The superintendence, direction and control of the preparation of electoral rolls for, and the conduct of, all elections to the Municipalities shall be vested in the State Election Commission referred to in article 243K.

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