Regional Head Election And Democracy
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 1898-1908
AbstractDemocracy can be interpreted as society's power. One of the easiest definitions of democracy is often defined as government by the society. It is a form of country in which the governmental sovereignty of the society is executed by the society or leaders elected by the society. Democracy as a system that provides opportunities for society to be directly involved in decision making.Democracy as a model of the state which deals with the wishes and unwillingness of the society. Meanwhile, democracy is a political system in which all citizens are positively or negatively given the right to make principle decision for public interest.
From the definition above, it shows that in a democratic government system there are two categories, namely direct democracy and indirect democracy. Direct democracy is a political system in which the society directly chooses to make political decision. Indirect democracy is a political system in which the society makes political decisions indirectly through their representatives who sit in the House of Representatives. The decisions to be made connected directly to the representatives of the society who has been elected by the society. Thus, a democratic government is a government based on the desire and sovereignty of the society. Based on these pure values above, a conclusion has been made by political scientists that democratic government system will give birth to a government of the society and for the society.
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