Osama Manzar | Taking minorities on board
Innovations in empowerment of minorities have both political and governance gains
An inclusive democracy is one that not only claims to take minorities into political confidence and gains their trust, but is also perceived to innovate and implement plans that are realistic and sustainable. Action-oriented measures are important because when political rhetoric doesn’t lead to actual empowerment, the excluded stakeholders are more likely to become unacceptable deviants to meet their needs, desires and sustenance without any broad social and national views, roles, duties and responsibilities to strengthen democracy and governance.
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