Relevance of opposition in democracy

National and foreign policy of a democratic government is always revolves around the lines of the political party it belongs to. This is well demonstrated by the existence of an opposition which stands against the government’s majority in parliament. Under normal circumstances, no country can accomplish and reveal the entireness of its political power unless both the government and opposition present in parliament. The presence of an opposition thwarts the ruling party posing itself as the state and affirming its understanding of public weal as being outright and singularly valid. We must not forget that opposition is the second greatest mover of the policy after the government.

 

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