Democracy is a rule for the people and by the people.Democracy is not the Decision by the majority.We amends a constitution to run a Democracy.And we have to work as constitution.We cannot violates Constitution for majority.We always work for the goodness of people.We are responsible for the goodness of people not the majority.
You need to define democracy. You are not an American so your understanding of democracy is different from ours.
In theory, yes. This is why the United States is a republic, with a Constitution that in theory says you can't deny people freedom of speech or due process just because 50%+1 vote to do so.
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