Dangerous Vote. Double-Edged Implications of Fervently Pushing Towards Elections in the Post-Revolution Arab Countries

Among the many devices that modern democracies present their citizens with, voting seems to be one of the more weighty and, in a way, attractive. Without going too deeply into the theory of voting, I would like to focus on the idea that voting conveys. The term elections usually wants to imply free elections, meaning that any of those considered citizen can take part in the political process, even if it is only at a very basic level.
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