The constitution created a republic. A republic is a form of democracy, but slightly different from a pure democracy. To increase its appeal to smaller states the Constitution was created to protect the minority from the majority. This is the reason for the electoral college system. The smaller and less populated states are given greater weight in presidential elections. This is how candidates can win the popular vote but lose the election. Not exactly democratic, but necessary to keep the larger population areas from completely dominating elections. Also, despite many peoples complaints, the electoral college will never change because it would take a constituional amendment that will never pass congress or state votes.
Many others items also suggest the Constitution as being undemocratic. One basic idea is that the people did not vote for the Constitution. Some other items that are viewed as proof that the Constitution is undemocratic are: the Ratification process, the senate and the way each state is represented, and in Article I, Section 2, a slave counts as 3/5 of a person. These are just some of the ideas that provide evidence as to why the Constitution is thought to be undemocratic. These are just a few other notions to consider and are not the only ideas to consider.
It is a document of law for the ruling body to enforce when neededusually to their benefit. A democratic constitution should be for thepeople enforced by an elected governing body for the people.Democratic.The meaning of democracy, isn't it the same as socializim?When did socializm become a bad word?Socializm is for the peoples and their community.It is what we are fighting for right now. We are fighting for ourcommunities in the USA from invasion.
Its a democratic
The Netherlands is a democratic country.
The only prefix of democratic, that I can think of is, undemocratic.
The word "undemocratic" literally means "not democratic. " An example of a sentence using the word "undemocratic" is "The legally elected government was replaced with an undemocratic dictatorship. "
Countries that have changed their form of government from democratic to undemocratic include Egypt, Syria, Iran, and many others.
Countries that have changed their form of government from undemocratic to democratic include Uganda, Egypt, Sudan, and many others.
Countries that have changed their form of government from democratic to undemocratic include South Sudan, Syria, China, and many others.
democratic - voted for leader undemocratic - they had to be a white christian male who owned land (the amount of land you had to have in order to vote varied by colony.
that it is an undemocratic constitution
That is a subjective question. The constitution calls for the democratic election of representives, but senators were supposed to be by appointment and the president is still elected by the electors (who we chose). Today, senators are elected by popular vote, but we the people do not have an actual vote in the presedential election. You may decide on the answer to your question from that.
Athens was the worlds first democratic constitution
If we consider rules of political parties and their functions according to political science teaching then we find we few democratic countries with social security , protection of human rights , accountability and other democratic principles. Most of countries in developing worlds may be termed as undemocratic.
Undemocratic would be the correct linguistic opposite, but 'democratic' more often refers to a type of governmental system.There aren't any direct opposites to these 'democratic' systems, but there are numerous forms of government and decision making which may be classified as 'undemocratic', but are simply "not democratic", not the opposite.e.g.autocraticdictatorialtotalitarianpatriarchalmatriarchalmonarchicalfeudalaristocraticoligarchicplutocraticanarchicautarchicautocephaloustheocratic
Though America is a democratic country, there are some features that are yet to be addressed. The selection of senate is not based on the population and single-member-district with plurality election system are two of the undemocratic features.
That depends on what is meant by "democratic." It was drafted secretly during the Constitutional Convention in 1787 by 55 delegates of the thirteen original States and subsequently ratified by a vote of the free male citizens of each State and includes references to the very undemocratic institution of slavery, however, when compared to earlier practices, the Constitution created a government that was more democratic, more representative, more responsive, and more inclusive than was the historical standard. In hindsight, it may not seem very democratic, but at the time, it was a revolutionary document.
Constitution of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic was created in 1976.
The framers of our Constitution wanted unbiased justices. To be democratic would have meant a biased opinion.
Not all have a written constitution.
What are Democratic features of the 1948 constitution of Sri Lanka?Type your answer here...
Un is undemocratic for India because it is my holiday homework . I have to elaborate on this topic. and my holiday is undemocratic for me..........
The hawaiins .