Democracy in Asia

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Michèle Schmiegelow
St. Martin's Press, 1997 - Political Science - 555 pages
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In the book it says, "suspension of democracy."
How does one "suspend democracy" when it's an idea?
How can anyone, using rationality, logic, or even the laws of physics be able to suspend an
ideology that cannot be touched, felt, or seen?
You should be saying "suspend democratic processes" or "suspension of democratic rights."
But to actually suspend an ideology, or an idea is just absurd.

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MICHELE SCHMIEGELOW is Associate Professor at the University of Louvain, Belgium.

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