The UK has been rocked by the election of Donald Trump as the country’s 45th president.
Trump has been widely condemned for his policies on immigration, trade, women’s rights, climate change and other issues.
His supporters, many of whom are white and Christian, have also been vocally vocal in their support of his campaign.
In an effort to counter the backlash, the BBC decided to do some research and found that the election had the potential to “change the way we look at our democracy”.
For the first time, we can vote for our leader online, and that will make a difference. “
What we’ve learned is that democracy can be more inclusive, more responsive, more open and more diverse than we’ve seen for decades.
For the first time, we can vote for our leader online, and that will make a difference.
We will no longer have to choose between two candidates.
It’s not easy to cast your ballot online, but it is not impossible.”
Our democracy is a process.
If we want it to be more responsive to the voices of ordinary people, if we want to make sure we’re voting for a real representative of the people, we’re going to have to change our approach.
“What are you waiting for?
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