What are the Principles of democratic rule?
The basic principle of democratic rule is that the ruler is chosen by those that are ruled in free and confidential elections.
Grass roots is a word used to pretend that there is widespread, quiet but steady and grounded, support for your political agenda. You apparently represent a great number of adoring fans who are unlikely to exist. Like Ross Perot's volunteers, for example. Democratic is probably the most abused word in the English language. Democratic principles generally mean widespread voting, or "mob rule," on a limited number of governmental decisions. Since both words are more or…
What was Putins solution about how to best administrate the various political divisions throughout Russia?
'Democratic rule' meant the rule by people who have been democratically elected and whose powers and duration of rule are subject to laws and other restraints. 'Military rule' means rule by the army of a country and more specifically, by the army leaders. These leaders have not been elected by the people and in most cases military rulers set aside or ignore the laws limiting the ruler's powers.