The rest of the paper will discuss the impacts of globalization on democracy as well as its cons and pros.
Democracy is very fundamental in everyday governance because it permits for citizen’s participation in governance. Many nations under monarchies have little space for the participation of their citizens and those who oppose are assassinated (Dalpino 4). Some are also imprisoned for life, making it difficult for citizens to question the government. For instance, African nations such as Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya were under the dictatorship of their leaders and had a very little space of contravening the government’s decision. This happened because the nation was not democratic enough to allow for citizen participation. However, some of these nations managed to score high in terms of economic developments even under authoritarian leadership. This is an indication that democracy plays a fundamental role for inclusive governance. The rebellion witnessed in these nations, evidence that the citizens wanted space for expression, and they were pressed to the wall.
Many studies indicate that democracy is the best government because it makes the majority carry the day while the minority is having their say (Bartelson 8). For instance, it guarantees an election where the people participate in selecting their representatives and those they have confident as opposed to people assuming the office such as presidency. Through the electoral process, the majority will have their way and the minorities who do not also win will have their say. Democratic governance is inclusive and considers the interests of all at different levels (Scholte 27). Many democratic governments such as the US are assumed to function well by protecting the right of human beings, as well as the minority. This is so because they follow the rule of law that defines them as opposed to monarchies and dictatorial governments (Dalpino 7). Autocratic governments such as Swazi and