Being from the US, we tend to believe that our way of life and system of government is the best for everyone, and is one of the things that Bush says is one of our goals in Iraq. However, democracy isn't going to work everywhere. Especially our system of a two-party system, or even the parliamentary style of Europe. We think that democracy is the answer--as long as they elect a government that we can get along with. The Palestinians have a democratic system. They elected a majority leadership that we consider to be terrorists. Iran has a democracy--which was a lot free-er than it is now (only candidates that are approved of can run), but still a democracy. If we want everyone to have democracies, then we may have to deal with democratically elected governments that are a lot less friendly towards the US than some of the monarchies and dictators are.
Democracy is the type of government in which the electorates elect their leaders who will represent their interest in the government.Whence it is the people that select their leaders, they should be very careful in selecting what they dim to be the best.So if the selected leaders should respect the feelings and needs of the people, it is the best form of government.
One of the problems of democracy is that it tends toward the "tyranny of the majority". A lot of people think that if more than fifty percent of the population agree or disagree with something that inherently determines whether it is right or wrong to implement it. Often you will get people with no degrees or knowledge in the field of policy they criticise the government for, thinking they should determine policy. Governments are labelled "fascists" when they implement a policy we don't personally agree with. Sometimes political leaders are forced to make unpopular decisions in order to protect a nation and it's citizens.
Democracy is the best form of govt. For those who think it is best not for all