Suppose a political seeks your vote on religious ground why is his act considered against the norms of democracy. Explain.
Suppose a political seeks your vote on religious ground why is his act considered against the norms of democracy
If a politician seeks votes on religious grounds, he is acting against the norms of democracy because:
- This act of his is against the constitution. He is exploiting social-differences which may create social discard and lead to social division.
- Religion becomes a problem when it is expressed in politics anti when one religion and its followers are pitted against another.
- When belief of one religion are presented as superior to those other religions and the demands of one religious gnaap are formed in opposition to another and the state power is used to establish the domination of one religious group over the rest, it leads to communal politics.