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Participatory democracy is a government in which all or most citizens participate directly.Representative democracy is a government in which leaders make decisions by winning acompetitive struggle for the popular vote. The similarities in participatory and representativedemocracies are that both democracies vote to make the decision. The differences inrepresentative and participatory democracies are the issues that will lead is very different fromeach other, and how they vote on becoming the leader who makes decisions. The issues ofrepresentative democracy are corruption. Another difference that makes representativedemocracy different from participatory democracy is the decision who will become the leaderbased on winning a competitive struggle for the popular vote.The issues of participatorydemocracy are majority tyranny. Another difference that makes participatory democracy differentfrom representative democracy is that the citizens have a vote on all major issues and policies.
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