It has become common today to dismiss autocracy on the basis on the basis of it having a single minded perspective. A single charismatic leader, making decisions for an entire nation or community might seem lucrative, but todays post modernist society, questions its viability. Today’s rational minded individuals look upto political structures for answers beyond poverty, inflation and basic public goods. They want answers to issues like climate change, sustainability and globalization. In such opinionative and sensitive topics, a wide array of representatives need to represent the vast motive-centric citizens of nations. The UN Report on the Gross National Happiness Index, holds 78% democratically run countries in its top 50 countries, The question which then arises is. ‘Can a single leader solely represent the needs of a modern state?’. Democracy is an efficient podium for fair representation of opinions in a modern state.
Democracy is a form of government that is not attached to any pre-given political or ideological ends, but allows ends to be chosen by the majority vote of free citizens. Although today, the theoretical to realistic translation of democracy is questionable, it at least firmly opinionated leaders, have to place their proposals in front of a forum, where unlike autocracy, opposition does exist and have a say. Rational minded individuals look upto political structures for answers beyond poverty, inflation and basic public goods. They want answers to issues like climate change, sustainability and globalization. Ghana is on the verge of accomplishing a nearly-unprecedented feat for West Africa -- a reflected growth of income and happiness in a transitioning democracy. Neighbouring Mali, has not been successful in doing so in its contrasting regime structure. Ghana has been producing oil since the early 1990s but the sector truly began to develop under democratic insights. However the largest oil reserves discovered in the country have only...
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