Firstly, in a democratic government decisions are made slowly, on the basis of personal gains and satisfaction of voters and not for the prosperity of people and betterment of the country while on the other hand in a dictatorship decision making is efficient and fast. Decisions are made to promote progress in a country. In a democratic government decisions are usually made for political scoring and the main purpose behind making a decision is to attract the attention of people. In fact, the authority of decision making is used as a tool of getting more votes. Moreover, the areas of followers are preferred for progressive projects while areas of opponents are ignored which gives a rise to social instability. As a result, specific part of the country is gets prosperous w...
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...guage as a dictatorial government avoids the social instability by taking prepositions of a few wise men into account when making economic and political decisions So, it can be said that dictatorship is the best form of governance for Pakistan or atleast the best available.
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