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    WHAT SHOULD WE DO TO RESTORE DEMICRACY

    Your comments please

    #2
    Talking about Pak??

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      #3
      Question :
      "What should we do to restore demicracy?"

      Answer :
      "Start with learning the right spelling"

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        #4
        !

        [This message has been edited by sabah (edited January 10, 2000).]

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          #5
          dont tell me he is half crazy

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            #6
            Calling me crazy is not going to solve the problem

            Do we want democracy or not?

            If we want democracy then what should be done?

            If we do not want democracy then what was wrong with british raj?

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              #7
              I like the current state of affairs

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                #8
                What do you mean?

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                  #9
                  Law of averages says that every country in the world cannot be a democratic one. LOL

                  Fata Morgana

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                    #10
                    Meaning the present ruling body is alot better than the 'democratic' ones we've had before.

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                      #11
                      In other world you do not want democracy?

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                        #12
                        meaning we don't want crap government. Is that so hard to understand bonga sahib?

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                          #13
                          heheh I don't know Realpaki ... Swear to GOD i have never seen him b4

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                            #14
                            This is a very legitimate question. I do want democracy, where people elect their own representatives and live with the consequences. The path is very turbulent, most of Western Europe had dictatorships only 40 years ago, and it takes times for democracy to flourish and show its payoff. The problem with us that we are impatient. We invite dictatorships as we have lost faith in people, and in our own selves. Once we get out of the hole called “religion”, there is hope. It is the religious fanatics in our land that cannot see democratic institutions embellish, as peoples’ word does not take precedent over their “belief”.

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                              #15
                              Hello NYAhamedi,

                              So how many religious parties in Pakistan conducted coup d'etat against our brilliant, honest, full of vigirous character, visionful and hardworking democratically elected politicians? LOL

                              We are basically a lawless society. How many people in Pak know the Constitution of Pakistan? And how many of them follow it in letter and spirit? Freedom and democracy are for those who follow law!

                              Fata Morgana

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