Is the United States of America a real democracy?
When government become the stakeholder of a privately own company the voice of the citizens become the voice of the company.
Democracy is the process by which governmental power is politicized by citizens under a free electoral system. But can the electoral system be so free that it causes the citizen’s choice to lead them into a plain field of nowhere. Since in some countries presidents are elected by the people, in Haiti's case this country function under a true democratic system.
However, a true democracy often pushes its leaders to plan for a lifelong presidency. And as a consequence, deals are made against public interest to assure these leaders of their power. Nevertheless, they may be several types of democracy; it will all depend on how democracy is legislated to prevent an uneven distribution of political power.
In the United States, we have what is known as separation of power, which is a system by which states have independent power and responsibilities. Regardless of that fact, some can still argued that there are no absolute separations of power under a democratic system.
In a way they would be right because truly, it’s all depends on the demographic of the house representatives. Nonetheless, true (direct) democracy does exist in some society, although it doesn’t always work as it should, no one can say for certain that it has not been attempted.
Unlike the United States, citizens who are being governed under a true democratic system do not elect their president of choice on the basis of Electoral College. These citizens elect their president directly, each single vote count. People under a true democracy supposedly have direct say but somehow their voices are not always heard.
In this society, the upper class very often clashes with the lower class. They choices on political leadership, governmental rules and regulation frequently differ. Since the upper class tends to...