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democratic

adjective /ˌdem·əˈkræt̬·ɪk/
politics & government using the principles of democracy in elections and government: That country has never had a democratic election (= an election in which all adults can vote). Australia is a democratic country. A person or a group that is democratic believes in, encourages, or supports freedom and equality between people and groups: a democratic society
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