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5 countries with democracy governments?
1. Russia 2. India 3.Israel 4.Canada 5. Germany
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Countries that have a form of democracy are: 1. Norway 2. Iceland 3. Denmark 4. Sweden 5. New Zealand 6. Australia 7. Switzerland … 8. Canada 9. Finland 10. Netherlands 11. Luxembourg 12. Ireland 13. Austria 14. Germany 15. Malta 16. Czech Republic 17. Uruguay 18. United Kingdom 19. United States 20. Costa Rica 21. Japan 22. South Korea 23. Belgium 24. Mauritius 25. Spain Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Mexico, France, Singapore and more. Australia however has a democratic government but is a constitutional monarchy. All countries call themselves democracies (with the exception of 4 - Burma, Saudi Arabia, Vatican City and Brunei) but the majority aren't including China, North Korea etc. also some countries are only partially Democratic. But some countries that are definitely a form of democracy are: 1. Norway 2. Iceland 3. Denmark 4. Sweden 5. New Zealand | 6. Australia 7. Switzerland 8. Canada 9. Finland 10. Netherlands | 11. Luxembourg 12. Ireland 13. Austria 14. Germany 15. Malta | 16. Czech Republic 17. Uruguay 18. United Kingdom 19. United States 20. Costa Rica | 21. Japan 22. South Korea 23. Belgium 24. Mauritius 25. Spain
People pay for the government themselves.
Australia, England, Canada, US, China, Asia, India, Africa, Japan.
a democracy is a form of government that is of the people , by the people ,for the people.
Today, yes. There are only a handful of states that rest under dictatorial control (eg. North Korea and Cuba). It is strategically unwise to be anti-democratic because as the …70s showed us, the most powerful country in the world is willing to go to war to enforce its own ideology of freedom and democracy.
India is the world's most populace democracy.
North Korea,Burma,Cuba,China, Zimbabwe Current or Past??? Well the number is more than just 5 . to the list you must include Iran, Iraq , Afghanistan, Venezuela , Bolivia an…d so on
During a speech, Sir Winston Churchill has said, "It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried" therefore stat…ing that although democracy is not a perfect system, it's the best compared to other forms of government that he knew. In 2007 civilocity was coined and in an intellectual battle easily beat democracy. Civilocity is a form of government where the people watch the ruler entirely amongst their reign. Democracy is a form of government where the people pick by majority who their leader is. Which form of government do you think is better? It is a true battle between civilocity and democracy yet knowing if there is law is more important and intelligent than picking someone who says there is law? We all think Adolf Hitler gave democracy the final blow and lost the battle of the best form of government. Time to grow up Sir Winston Churchill you are a little outdated.
THE UNITED STATES!!! We have a democracy (our government) and limited government (checks and balances, separation of powers, and the Constitutution).
your moms house ^^^^ who ever wrote that was so immature. They should go back to school so they can learn the answer. Which is by the way ANCIENT GREECE.
Only two countries in the world do not claim to be democracies, Myanmar (Burma) which is a Military Dictatorship, and Vatican City which is an Ecclesiastical Monarchy. Howev…er according to the Democracy Index, 51 of the countries that claim to be democracies are actually Authoritarian Regimes where corruption and other factors prevent effective democratic process. Only 30 countries are considered to be True Democracies with effective Democratic Governments, according to the Democratic Index http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_index If you want examples then look no further than countries with Communism or Dictatorships. Some Communist countries are/were China, Korea, Cuba, Soviet Union. Some Dictatorships are/were Nazis and Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Robert Mugabe. X