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The Political System of Pakistan and democracy

The Political System of Pakistan and democracy

The political system of Pakistan and democracy is messed up these days. We have experienced dictatorships, right, and left-wing governmental affiliations; however, what is going on nowadays is beyond the grasp of the common man.

Fights amongst institutions, legal activism, social media wars, and psychological wars have made situations worst. Every day we watch media, some new issue or crisis has arisen, and we have to dump the previous problems and concentrate on new.

Sometimes I feel sorry for this country; they are spectators only, and spectators have no choice to turn around the game. I have heard countless times that politics is a game of emotions, but now it seems that it is a reality when the state’s head is a cricketer and sportsman by profession.

I miss the revolutionary ideas and points of view in the book “The Republic” of Pluto, which tried to answer who should rule? Suppose the day’s norm is to give people having no respect for themselves and their people all powers and governmental privileges. In that case, one should be ready for revolution because this can be the only cure for shameless politics and inter-institutional conflicts.

Democracy is just a spectator, and herds of sheep can’t change their fate. Since the nineties, I have been an active observer of political campaigns and elections; every election was blamed for ragging, winners showing their chests with pride to opponents, and losers start blaming games.

I wonder when Pakistani’s will accept that they have to change their perspective on democracy and dirty politics and allow laws and legal systems to change, unchanged for more than a half-century.

The present-day political system benefits certain families, businesses, and individuals; to take advantage of actual democracy fruits, we must change our political activism and political, social justice practices.

We should know that the present political system and democracy are leading us nowhere to accept that they are drowning us in the season of hell, which is expected to take advantage of our ignorance and social apathy.

The final words of mine are that Pakistan’s political system needs revision and democracy to refine and take back human rights from the powerful’s hands and give it back to the nation’s weak and oppressed.

Because “God has decided to give the might of the earth to those who have been made weak on the earth” The Holy Quran.

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