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The Constitution

Protection of certain basic or fundamental rights is the primary goal of government. A constitutional democracy includes among its highest purposes the protection of freedom of conscience and freedom of expression. Conditions conducive to a Constitutional Democracy vary from educational, economic, social, and ideological, all of which create a foundation of democracy or not Education and the economy of democracies go hand-in-hand. The economic status of a democratic country decides the availability of teachers and schools. An economically stable country

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion; this right includes freedom to change our religion or belief and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest our religion or belief, in worship, teaching, practice and observance. It is from this right that constitutional democracy has endured and adapted to the changing views. Belief that we the people can choose a leader through

election that shares a common view of the principals of liberty, equality, and justice. It is in this same right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion that not all of the people will be satisfied being as that the elections are of majority vote and not unanimous.

The freedoms of thought, conscience, religion, opinion, expression, association and assembly cover all or virtually all aspects of the life both of individuals and of society. To ensure the full and effective protection of these freedoms for all without discrimination means allowing for divergences of views, opinions and ideas

that may enrich not only our personal lives but also the life of society. Furthermore, it helps to nurture increased understanding between, and respect for, persons with different opinions, beliefs and religious convictions. People may not always share each others' views,

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