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Catalan separatists are effectively holding the stability of Spanish democracy hostage.
While the Western Liberal Democracies are turning gangrenous because of Technocracy and Populism, other illiberal governments seem to succeed on certain aspects. When will we start considering alternatives to Democracy? Should we?
Though Switzerland's system of direct democracy seems like the perfect mechanism for a robust democracy, the overwhelming number of elections that are held, in a system that may become too democratic, reduce voter turnout and pose imminent threats to the quality of democracy in the country.
Poland's new PiS party is now in power and causing economic turmoil, leading to a dismantling of Poland's long-standing democracy.