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What is a demoncracy?

Short definition:Majority Rules


How do you use demoncracy in a sentence?

"Many school students participate in democracy through their student councils."


Two democratic countries?

AlbaniaPresidential-parliamentary democracyAndorraParliamentary democracyArgentinaPresidential-parliamentary democracy (federal)ArmeniaPresidential-parliamentary democracyAustraliaParliamentary democracyAustriaParliamentary democracy (federal)BahamasParliamentary democracyBangladeshParliamentary democracyBarbadosParliamentary democracyBelgiumParliamentary democracy (federal)BelizeParliamentary democracyBeninPresidential-parliamentary democracyBoliviaPresidential-parliamentary democracyBotswanaParliamentary democracy and traditional chiefsBrazilPresidential-parliamentary democracy (federal)BulgariaParliamentary democracyCanadaParliamentary democracy (federal)Cape VerdePresidential-parliamentary democracyChilePresidential-parliamentary democracyColombiaPresidential-parliamentary democracy (insurgencies)Costa RicaPresidential-parliamentary democracyCroatiaParliamentary democracyCyprusPresidential-parliamentary democracyCzech RepublicParliamentary democracyDenmarkParliamentary democracyDjiboutiPresidential-parliamentary democracy (dominant party)DominicaPresidential-parliamentary democracyDominican RepublicPresidential-parliamentary democracyEcuadorPresidential-parliamentary democracyEl SalvadorPresidential-parliamentary democracyEstoniaParliamentary democracyFijiParliamentary democracyFinlandParliamentary democracyFrancePresidential-parliamentary democracyThe GambiaPresidential-parliamentary democracyGeorgiaPresidential-parliamentary democracyGermanyParliamentary democracyGhanaPresidential-parliamentary democracyGreeceParliamentary democracyGrenadaParliamentary DemocracyGuatemalaPresidential-parliamentary democracyGuinea-BissauPresidential-parliamentary democracyGuyanaParliamentary democracyHondurasPresidential-parliamentary democracyHungaryParliamentary democracyIcelandParliamentary democracyIndiaParliamentary democracyIndonesiaPresidential-parliamentary democracy (military influenced)IrelandParliamentary democracyIsraelParliamentary democracyItalyParliamentary democracyJamaicaParliamentary democracyJapanParliamentary democracyKiribatiPresidential-parliamentary democracyKorea, SouthPresidential-parliamentary democracyLatviaParliamentary democracyLiechtensteinPrincipality and parliamentary democracyLithuaniaParliamentary democracyLuxembourgParliamentary democracyMacedoniaParliamentary democracyMadagascarPresidential democracyMalawiPresidential-parliamentary democracyMaliPresidential-parliamentary democracyMaltaParliamentary democracyMarshall IslandsParliamentary democracy and traditional chiefsMauritiusParliamentary democracyMexicoPresidential-parliamentary democracy (federal)MicronesiaPresidential-parliamentary democracyMoldovaParliamentary democracyMonacoPrincipality and parliamentary democracyMongoliaPresidential-parliamentary democracyMozambiquePresidential-parliamentary democracyNambiaPresidential-parliamentary democracyNauruPresidential-parliamentary democracyNepalPresidential-parliamentary democracyNetherlandsParliamentary democracyNew ZealandParliamentary democracyNicaraguaPresidential-parliamentary democracyNigerPresidential-parliamentary democracyNigeriaPresidential-parliamentary democracyNorwayParliamentary democracyPalauPresidential democracy and traditional chiefsPanamaPresidential-parliamentary democracyPapua New GuineaParliamentary democracyParaguayPresidential-parliamentary democracyPeruPresidential-parliamentary democracyPhilippinesPresidential-parliamentary democracyPolandPresidential-parliamentary democracyPortugalPresidential-parliamentary democracyRomaniaPresidential-parliamentary democracyRussiaPresidential-parliamentary democracySt. Kitts and NevisParliamentary democracySt. LuciaParliamentary democracySt.Vincent and the GrenadinesParliamentary democracySamoaParliamentary democracy and traditional chiefsSan MarinoParliamentary democracySao Tome and PrincipePresidential-parliamentary democracySenegalPresidential-parliamentary democracySeychellesPresidential-parliamentary democracySierra LeonePresidential-parliamentary democracySlovakiaParliamentary democracySloveniaParliamentary democracySoloman IslandsParliamentary democracySouth AfricaPresidential-parliamentary democracySpainParliamentary democracySri LankaPresidential-parliamentary democracy (insurgency)SurinamePresidential-parliamentary democracySwedenParliamentar democracySwitzerlandParliamentary democracy (federal)TaiwanPresidential democracyThailandParliamentary democracyTrinidad and TobagoParliamentary democracyTurkeyPresidential-parliamentary democracy(military-influenced)TuvaluParliamentary democracyUkrainePresidential-parliamentary democracyUnited KingdomParliamentary democracyUnited States of AmericaPresidential-parliamentary democracy (federal)UruguayPresidential-parliamentary democracyVanuatuParliamentaryVenezuelaPresidential-parliamentary democracyYugoslaviaParliamentary democracyYOUR WELCOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Which countries have a democratic government?

Only four countries in the world today do not identify themseves as democratic in one form or another. These are Saudi Arabia, Myanmar (Burma), Brunei, and Vatican City. Of the other countries there are many that claim to be democratic, but in practice are too corrupt, too volatile, or have too many restrictions on human rights to be considered "true democracies" According to the Democracy Index produced by the Economist Magazine there are 30 Full Democracies: Where national elections are free and fair, voters are free to vote in safety, there is no manipulative influence by foreign governments, and the civil cervice is capable of administering polices effectively. 50 Flawed Democracies: Countries that practice democracy, but have some significant problems with the process. 36 Hybrid Regimes: Where there is some democratic elements but they are often hampered by corruption or threat as to be less effective than they might otherwise. 51 Authoritarian Regimes: Where the state claims to be democratic but in practice there is little or no democracy in the process or running the nation. The "Full Democracies" according to the Democracy index are: Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Malta, Japan, United States, Czech Republic, Belgium, United Kingdom, Greece, Uruguay, France, Portugal, Mauritius, Costa Rica, South Korea, Italy, and Slovenia


Is japan a presidential or parliamentary state?

Parliamentary


What Is china democracy presidential or parliamentary?

Parliamentary


What is constitutional parliamentary democracy?

A constitutional parliamentary democracy is a type of parliamentary democracy which is governed by a constitution.


The legislature holds the center of power?

Parliamentary Model


How can i Parliamentary and how can you put it into a sentence?

You can not disobey the parliamentary order.


What is tagalog of parliamentary?

The Tagalog translation of "parliamentary" is "parlamentaryo."


What is the meaning of parliamentary?

Of or pertaining to Parliament; as, parliamentary authority., Enacted or done by Parliament; as, a parliamentary act., According to the rules and usages of Parliament or of deliberative bodies; as, a parliamentary motion.


Can you give me a sentence with the word parliamentary in it?

India is a parliamentary republic.