Democracy accommodates social diversities

Democracy accommodates social diversities. Support the statement with examples.

“Democracy accommodates social diversities”.

  • Democracies develop a procedure to conduct their competition. This reduces the possibility of these tensions becoming explosive or violent.
  • No society can fully and permanently resolve conflicts among different groups. But we can certainly learn to respect these differences and can evolve mechanism to negotiate these differences.
  • Ability to handle social differences, divisions and conflicts is thus a definite plus point of democratic regimes.
  • For example: Belgium has successfully negotiated differences among ethnic population. This reduces the possibility of tensions.