“The economic growth rate in dictatorship is better than that in democratic rule.” Why is it so?
- The economic growth rate in all dictatorial regimes was 4.42 per cent as compared to all democratic regimes’ 3.95 per cent during the period 1995-2000.
- In dictatorial regimes, the rules and regulations are rigid and compulsory. The citizens who disobey are severely punished.
- In democratic regimes, as the leaders and bureaucrats think about their profits only, the government is not much keen to remove poverty and develop the country economically.