Agencies Forming Public Opinion

PUBLIC OPINION

  • Democracy seeks people’s opinion on various issues of common concern because it derives its authority from the people, and claims its legitimacy from the consent of the governed.
  • It encourages the flow of ideas and promotes public debate and discussion, to ensure people’s participation in the aspects of policy formulation, legislation and in the wider processes of governance.
  • The strength of a democratic system lies in respecting what its citizens feel and think, and in creating an atmosphere of fair and frank interaction of thought, approaches and perspectives for solving collective problems and building a polity of free and equal beings.
  • Being the base of democracy it seeks people’s opinion on various issues of common concern because it derives its authority from the people, and claims its legitimacy from the consent of the governed.
  • Democracy encourages the flow of ideas and promotes public debate and discussion, to ensure people’s participation in the aspects of policy formulation, legislation and in the wider processes of governance.
  • The strength of a democratic system lies in respecting what its citizens feel and think, and in creating an atmosphere of fair and frank interaction of thought, approaches and perspectives for solving collective problems and building a polity of free and equal beings.

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