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Who is involved in direct and representative democracy? Well, for direct democracy, no president or judge or anyone are in charge. A leader is involved in a representative.
What is the difference you say? Direct democracy doesn’t have a leader making the decisions. Representative democracy has a leader.
You want to know when they began? Here, direct democracy began in 500 BC. Representative democracy began in 508 BC.
So ya want to know where direct began? Cool! And you want to know where representative is used still? I know that to. They both started in Athens, Greece. Representative democracy is used in United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
So you want to know why direct democracy was used? Here! They used direct democracy so everyone would have a word in something.
You want to know why it's best representative to be used today? Here you go! Representative democracy is used today because we have a leader to help guide us and make important decisions that will help us today.
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