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Local democracy

Not by divine right

by KALEN-SUKRA D

While there have been some distinct voices sounding the alarm bells on the health of our local democracies, for the most part, we seem to go about our daily lives with the sense that democracy is something we have by divine right. There is a false sense of security that comes from years of living in a country where the laws are written to preserve democratic rights and liberties and free elections are the norm.

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