How can a Democracy be regarded as a final and "almost righteous" solution to human governance when it is so obviously flawed in its applications. I fail to understand that a country having 56% of it's population from faction (A) and 44% from faction (B), can accept a vote on favour of faction (A) as being tolerable to faction (B). To repeatedly claim thereafter that all installed policies are democratically sound - is nothing short of stupidity. Many countries in the world have populations deeply divided by sectarian beliefs and it is madness to expect (marginally smaller) groups to tolerate the outcome of a vote that they could never win. A solution to these conflicts could be to keep the state intact by dividing the country concerned into a North/ South situation within which preferred life practices could be enjoyed without friction. The State could still have a single united Government to manage the less contentious / mutually beneficial common policies.
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