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How Do Elections Promote Democracy in the UK?

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The election represents democracy in the UK by allowing people to choose representatives in Parliament to look after their interests and make laws. They encourage interest in knowledge of participation in political process and they lead to the development of parties which acts as channels between citizens and the politicians.
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