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More than 20 countries in Asia and Africa do not have a democratic form of government.
Many new countries adopted a democratic form of government after the war.
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.
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Vietnam,Eritrea,China, Sahrawi Republic,North Korea and Laos are the countries in Asia and Africa that do not have a democratic form of government.
The military rule is the form of government that many countries adopted after the war.
People choose their own form of government or have it thrust upon them. What is seen as correct in one part of the world does not mean it is fitting in another. There are many forms of government. In the western world we believe that democracy is the most equitable. well to acually answer your question America is 1 of many countries with democratic government some without are VietnAM North Korea Laos Cuba China etc. these countries are communist countries.
Democratic govtGovernment by representation, IE. People choose their representatives and their representatives choose for them on important decisions that affect the jurisdiction.Democratic countries allow the public to cast votes on their Head of Government.Democratic countries are sometimes well surveyed and controlled by proper laws to avoid corruption.The democratic systems of government are based on the separation of powers in the state, which means that the powers of government are separated functionally between branches of government.Non democratic govtA government where the people are not represented in every decision. Government it is not linked to the people and the process of ruling has nothing to do with the public opinion.Non democratic countries do not allow the public to cast votes on their Head of Government.Non democratic countries tend to experience many occasions of corruption.In non democratic countries there is no separation of powers IE. The final decision is taken by only authority ruling the country.
There are currently 123 democratic countries in the world. (There are 192-195 countries total; this number depends on your point of view. This number doesn't include colonies, territories, etc. that are ruled by other nations and therefore don't have their own form of government but are part of the ruling nation). The number of democratic countries has been increasing over the years and may or may not increase in the future.
India is most Democreatic country
Syria is certainly NOT a democratic country; it has been ruled under emergency martial law since 1967 and is currently in a civil war. Brazil has a democratic form of government, but the system is currently very corrupt, leading to many jokingly calling it a kleptocracy.
Italy has a democratic government. This government oversees many social issues, and free elections are normal for Italy.
There are about 139 Non-democratic countries of the world
Because people can not satisfied with elected government
It depends which war you are referring to.After wars countries usually have a form of government imposed upon them or one they have fought to achieve.
Europe consists of many countries, all having their own governments. Most of these are democratic, with various differences in the individual countries.
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