Which kinds of governments are likely to infringe on human rights?

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Dictatorships. Why? Because a signle person is given the power to do whatever they want. Whether it be kill a certain type of race or go to war with a neighbouring country. With a dictatorship, the government is pretty much powerless, because the people vote on everything that goes on. I'll admit there are a few democracies out there that are corrupt and inefficient and try to get what they want done illegaly. But the people will always have the power to hire new people to fill any position they please, after the end of the job holders term.
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