What are the outcomes of democracy?

The outcomes of democracy are: 

1. Accountable , legitimate , responsive government: Democracy ensures free and fair elections. By doing so, it helps to install an accountable, legitimate and responsive government.

 2. Economic growth and development: It is expected from democracy to bring economic development because, it works on the principle of equality.

 3. Reduction of inequality and poverty : Equality before law is the principal outcome of democracy

 4. Accommodation of social diversity : Democracy is a binding force that facilitates people of all religions, races, caste or creed. Hence it accommodates social diversity.

 5. Dignity and freedom of the citizens: Democracy secures multiple rights of the individual to keep his dignity and freedom intact.

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 Democracy’s Outcomes
 Democracy is a form of government that creates opportunities for the citizen to achieve 
their goals.
 Democracy should produce a government that is both accountable and responsive to the 
needs and expectations of the citizens
 In a democracy, decisions are debated and negotiated upon. This makes them more 
acceptable and effective as compared to the other forms of government.
 Democracy is also a transparent form of government where citizens can question and 
enquire regarding the functioning of the government.
 However, democratic governments are not very efficient when it comes to sharing 
information with people.
 A democratic government is people’s own government as people wish to be ruled by 
the representatives elected by them.
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