how are some countries in the world facing foundational challenge of democracy? explain with examples

 Different countries face different kinds of challenges. These countries face the foundational challenge of making the transition to democracy and then instituting democratic government. This involves bringing down the existing non-democratic regime, keeping military away from controlling government and establishing a sovereign and functional state.

For example, Nepal was under Monarchy till recent times. Now Nepal has changed to a democratic system. Certain mindsets and systems will take years to change as they have taken years to develop. Nepal is a very good example of foundational challenge of democracy.

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 Foundational challenges of democracy are related to the establishment of democracy . Some countries may still be ruled by a monarch, religious leader or the military. In this case, the current form of govt. is to be overthrown and military interference is to be taken care of.  For example, many Middle Easterm countries are still being ruled by religious rulers/ the US. They need to form their own democratic government.  Also, countries like Chinna which have a Communist govt. should switch to democracy. Hope it helped! :)

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 *China. Oops! :P

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is it correct to say Nepal as such a country if it became a democracy ?

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@Jithin Das.... Yes Nepal is an example of foundational challenge of democracy... Explanation is given in the answer of Robin...
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Nepal & China.
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Some countries of the world are facing the foundational challenge of making the transition to democracy and instituting democratic government. This involves :-
  1. bringing down existing non-democratic regimes.
  2. keeping military away from controlling.
  3. Establishing a sovereign and functional state.
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Different countries face different kinds of challenges. These countries face the foundational challenge of making the transition to democracy and then instituting democratic government. This involves bringing down the existing non-democratic regime, keeping military away from controlling government and establishing a sovereign and functional state.

For example, Nepal was under Monarchy till recent times. Now Nepal has changed to a democratic system. Certain mindsets and systems will take years to change as they have taken years to develop. Nepal is a very good example of foundational challenge of democracy.
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Non-democratic Government facing the problem of foundational challenge i.e to set a foundation before the coming of democracy like we build a foundation (pillar) at the starting of constructing building. It is faced by those countries who are under monarchy,despotism or non democratic form of government. Eg:-Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, etc
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Foundational challenges pave a base for a countries democracy. For examole countries like pakistan face foundational challenges. That is to deny militiary rule and to not allow militiary in taking power and decision.
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Some Countries like China, Mexico, Zimbabwe claim that they are democratic but in reality they are not. They only pretend to be democratic. Take example of China where election is regularly held but only representative from communist party are eligible for election. In this way, we can say that someone countries in the world face challenge of democracy
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