A democratic republic is, strictly speaking, a country that is both a republic and a democracy. It is one where ultimate authority and power is derived from the citizens, and the government itself is run through elected officials.A republic is a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote. However, in recent practice, countries that have described themselves as democratic republics have not always held free or fair elections.Both types of government tend to utilize a representational framework where nationals vote to choose legislators to speak to their intrigues and structure the administration. In any case, in a republic, a constitution or sanction of rights secures certain natural rights that can't be taken away by the administration, regardless of the possibility that it has been chosen by a larger part of voters. In an immaculate popular government, the dominant part is not limited along these lines and can force its will on the minority.
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