Equality of Democracy

PingPing Zhu
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 Joint International Social Science, Education, Language, Management and Business Conference   unpublished
Equality in this article is not a concept affiliated with human rights but a term with a meaning of identity at an abstract or conceptual level. In presenting an abstraction of Democracy from the historic development in governance and relativity of democracy including various political systems with democratic ingredients, philosophical annotation, and ideological explanation, this article advocates an equality of democracy by focusing on the essence of, and the process towards, democracy, and
more » ... e equal right of interpreting democracy. Democratic Constitutional System, Constitutional Monarchy, and Party-guided Constitutional Government in realities share the same importance in pursuing the ideal of democracy. Democracy cannot be spread through indoctrinations. Countries at different stages of democratization have an equal right in interpreting their practices towards democratic ideals in conceptions extracted from the realities of their democratic course.
doi:10.2991/jisem-15.2015.41 fatcat:d5zhms4bybfefjosp2yl44puqm