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Dangers For Democracy Without Opposition – OpEd

Eurasia Review Monday, 21 September 2020
Dangers For Democracy Without Opposition – OpEdAs people battle with the deadly Coronavirus, the world is sleep walking into an authoritarian future to keep capitalism alive with the help of brute force. The parliamentary and presidential forms of democracies are running the government without effective oppositions. The majoritarian governments in USA, UK, Brazil, India,...
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