In India , there are several national and state level parties. It gives them a feeling of importance and a sense of responsibility. Democracy is a majority ruled government. Rate this: +17 -9 Nazism said: Mar 18, 2016 India needs 'dictatorship' right now we have been in democracy for about 68 years and that clearly didn't work. But a common man in India is bearing the pressure of inflation, price hike, petrol price rise, corruption, social unrest and somewhere down the line the diminishing peace.
It is important to know what they want. Democracy is a form of government in which the authority of government is based on the will of masses. In our country everyone has rights. So while SoKo could make best consumer goods, it did not make weapons to defend itself. I think if sanjay Gandhi would have been alive this country would be different place all together. Suppose if we want to go to a movie and if there are no tickets we try to get them in black market.
That is why I have no faith in parliamentary democracy. Various countries of the world viewed it from different angles. Everone will try to loot as much as-as possible. Rate this: +48 -8 Roshan said: Jan 27, 2017 Dictatorship; Word dictator-speak for itself. Today, China is, in fact, the second superpower in the world, a seemingly miraculous transformation in less than 70 years of a poor country which was once booted around by Europeans.
Because then at least with the fear at least people may change their attitude towards society and at least then a kind of communalism can then occur. The competition in the market among sellers help in reducing the price which benefits the consumers. India is having a tough time but it does not mean that dictatorship is better than Democracy. North Korea Countries that have recently lost dictatorship status in the past five years include:. Then they easily become ministers. It was also suggested that India had gone back on her earlier declared policy regarding nuclear experiments.
He must bring back the black money stored in a Swiss bank and use it for the development of India. Though there have been incidents where one or more institutions conspired to help establish dictatorships but public resilience. So what transformed them from. If we want a good future than we will have to take this risk. Rate this: +7 -7 Richard said: Feb 22, 2015 Hello everyone.
Rate this: +13 -5 Ankur Thummar said: Mar 11, 2015 As a my opinion India has required appropriate leader not a dictator. Because it is illegal, prostitutes are forced to live in a black market world where their health and lives are in constant danger, both from their clients and their pimps. Any such movement i am ready to participate as a true patriot to the nation…. It measures the quality of democracy on parameters such as politics, gender, economy, knowledge, health, and the environment. Photo: Reuters He abolished sharia law and the religious courts, replacing them with western laws. They are provided with so many facilities that they just want more and more. .
India should have re established its brutality and firmness to tackle the newly reformed world that is India needed a strong dictator to dictate terms instead of professing a new concept of democracy at that time. Also, these were dependent dictatorships i. Adolf Hitler is a well known dictator but his dictatorship resulted in the death of some 40 million people. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide - John Adams Dictatorship; a rule with just one person or a few of them controlling the country may sound like a regime with less chaos and corruption. There must always be the concern that the state can administer the death penalty justly, most countries have a very poor record on this. So long as the population grows at an alarming rate, the progress of the country will be at snail's pace and will be dependent on other developed countries and still will remain a developing country.
We have adopted parliamentary democracy, borrowing it from western countries. The political system of India is a multi-party system that means when more than two parties can realistically compete to become the government. After all the people of a country is what makes it developed or poor if India is in a third world country it's simply because of the people. According to Marx's theories, capitalism would be overthrown by a revolution of the landless working classes the proletariat , and a dictatorship of the proletariat would result, in which the proletariat seized power and the means of production. Those who have no stake in such development will engage in violence sooner or later.
The following arguments have been given in favour of Democracy: i Safeguards the interests of the people: Chief merit of democracy lies in that it safeguards the interests of the people. Consequently three of the four military backed dictators had to step down in the face of growing internal pressures. But the rules and qualification of ruling parties can be changed for the better development. Yes, we are best at exercising our right to freedom of speech but is that all? Dictatorship on the other hand, if laid down, has its own benefits and cons as well. At the same time the dictator and his close associates generally allow the power to go to their heads so they end up being a crazier and crazier government. Modern judicial interpretation has allowed the federal government to have a much greater influence over the economy.
Every Indian is worth of accomplishing every task that can flourishes the economy of the nation. If we let India rule under the dictators it will be the disrespect or slap on the face of our great freedom fighter who laid their today for our tomorrow and I cannot disrespect them. Rate this: +16 -14 Hoppus said: Jul 12, 2016 Yes, we need a dictator in country like India, peoples are uncivilised, people do as they wish in their own way and officers or politician are under the control of many don gundas, and businessman. Photo: Reuters Parliamentary democracy rests on a majority vote — but the vast majority of our people are intellectually backward. Secondly, Russia needs to have the 'Rule of law' before it can be classified as a working democracy.