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Despite some merits and demerits, there are two types of government in the modern world; they are democratic and autocratic. In a democratic system, the public opinion is clearly reflected. The government is established by the direct support of the people. On the contrary, an autocratic government is not at all people oriented. In this system, government comes to power ignoring and disregarding public opinion. In a democratic system, government cannot be despotic. The citizens of a country can change the government and establish a new one in accordance with their needs. In the democratic system, people are the source of all power. 

On the contrary, in an autocratic system, the government is the source of power. A democratic government is a government by the people. If most of the people are careless and ignorant, unskilled government is bound to be established. Some say that it is a rule of the ignorant people. On the other hand, if a despotic government becomes moral and ideal, the people can be more benefited. A democratic government is suitable for the conscious and educated people. The two types ‘of government are entirely different. 


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