What makes a country non democratic?
Lack of elections, or rigged elections.
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Only two countries in the world do not officially call themselves democratic; they are Myanmar (Burma) which is a Military Dictatorship; and Vatican City, which is a Absolute …Theocratic Monarchy. Many of the countries in the world that call themselves democracies are democratic in name only; and due to corruption, disenfranchisement and other factors are not true democracies.
Yes, Afghanistan is a non-democratic country
Yes, but . . . China like other totalitarian states feigns towardsdemocracy. They hold votes (voting is a handy method for decisionmaking) but they have only one party that is… available to expressone's political principles. If your political principles don'tmatch the party you have no where to go and no one else to votefor. China is a communist country that is ruled by a dictator, called aChairman. The government, controlled by The Chairman, owns everymedia outlet and many manufacturing and industrial firms. The statemandates every aspect of the lives of its people, including eventhe number of children a family can have. Although China makesAmerican goods available through an economy that is graduallycapitalizing, it holds strong non-democratic attitudes and policiestowards those who would challenge their rule. Some of these methodsinclude torture of dissidents, illegal arrests and detainments,kangaroo courts, and militant repression of protests. They usepolice and military to maintain power particularly in Tibet and inother regions which have citizens who would prefer to go their ownway.
UAE is an imperialistic country as there is kingdom system therefore, it is considered to be non-democratic country. Although, there are elections but there is lack of electio…ns and it is very rigid and strict also.
It is non-democratic because when the people voted for Aung San Suu Kyi to be their president, the military had her arrested, and placed under house arrest. They have refused …to hand over power to her and continue to subject the people to their military dictatorship. They have had many thousands arrested for protesting against them and have killed thousands more ethnic tribal people in the countryside. The military junta's recent behavior after the cyclone, in preventing relief efforts, disqualifies them from office.
The People's Republic of China can be closely described as a non-democratic state as it is in essentials a Socialist state, although its economy can be said to be getting more… liberal and Capitalist. The Republic of China however, is democratic. The semi-autonomous Chinese province of Hong Kong is only partially democratic however.
It's now a democracy.
Yes, it has a system of government by which political sovereignty is retained by the people and either exercised directly by citizens or through their elected representatives
many countries like syria,cuba....etc
Swaziland Uganda Cameroon Equatorial Guinea Angola Zimbabwe Ethiopia Eritrea The Gambia Burkina Faso Sudan Djibouti Republic of the Congo Central African Republic Rwanda Buru…ndi Mauritania Cuba Iran Syria North Korea Belarus
switzerland is a democratic country imhope this helped u all Answer 2 Switzerland is a confederation of 26 semi-independent cantons. A canton is equivalent to what …is called a state in English-speaking federal countries. It has a very democratic system of government. As many decisions as possible are made at the cantonal level. Each canton has its own constitution, parliament, laws and court system. Most of the cantons were once independent countries, and on many ways continue to act as such. As well as regular elections, Switzerland has a form of "direct democracy" where any decision can be put to a referendum. A petition is started, signatures are collected and if enough signatures are collected there has to be a referendum which is binding. A referendum can be at the federal or cantonal level. Switzerland has a collective head of state, the seven-member federal council. The president is the chairman of this council. Switzerland has a collective head of state, the seven-member Swiss Federal Council. The president is the presiding member of this council. Elected by the Federal Assembly for one year, the President of the Confederation chairs the meetings of the Federal Council and undertakes special representational duties. Primus inter pares, the President has no powers above the other Councillors and continues to head his or her department. Traditionally the duty rotates among the members in order of seniority and the previous year's Vice President becomes President. The official title is "President of the Confederation" (German: BundesprÃ¤sident(in), French: PrÃ©sident(e) de la ConfÃ©dÃ©ration, Italian: Presidente della Confederazione, Romansh: President(a) da la Confederaziun).
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Republic under an authoritarian regime. President approved by popular referendum for a second seven-year term (no term limits); referendum last held on 27 May 2007 (next to be… held in May 2014); the president appoints the vice presidents, prime minister, and deputy prime ministers election results: Bashar al-ASAD approved as president; percent of vote - Bashar al-ASAD 97.6%, other 2.4%.
Iraq is an illiberal democracy. It has elected leadership, but thatleadership is sectarian and does not respresent the views of largesegments of its constituency and, effectiv…ely, alienates them.