” Democracy is preferable to all other systems of government known to human history, and it should be flourished”
Democracy is not a perfect order or an ideal form of governance. It is the least corrupt system available as an alternate to governance and people’s rule in human societies. Rectification to adopt a perfect democratic system is on the way since 1669 in United Kingdom, America since 1788, and Japan since 1868. Yet the issues continue to exist and people are striving hard to resolve them. Parliament is ‘supreme’ yet it is not perfect and flawless. Laws are introduced but many of them also backfire and invite crises. The controversy verves on between conservatives versus liberal’s forces, establishments versus harbingers of change and vice versa. There is no end and the struggle goes on.