(i) In an ideal world, all political leaders know what is good for the
people and are motivated only by a desire to serve them.
(ii) Our constitution makers opted for free competition in
elections as the way to select our future leaders, because this system works
better in the long run.
(iii) Political leaders are motivated by a desire to
advance in their political careers. They want to remain in power or get power
and position for themselves for which, they can compete with other political
(i) An electoral competition creates a sense of disunity
and factionalism in every locality.
(ii) Different political parties and leaders often level
allegations against one another.
(iii) Parties and candidates often use dirty tricks to win
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