“Democratic governments in practice are known as accountable.” Support the statement with arguments.
Democratic governments in practice are accountable:
- It is right to expect democracy to produce a government that follows procedures and is accountable to the people.
- It is also expected that the democratic government develops mechanisms for citizens to take part in decision making whenever they think it is fit.
- The democratic government is accountable to the people. If it ignores the will of the people they will not elect their ruler in the next general election
- The procedures and decision making process should be transparent for democratic government to be accountable to the people.