What is a Democracy Part I: A Persian-Language Video Tutorial that Provides a Simple Explanation of the Concepts that Help Shape Democratic Systems

July 21, 2012

The Polling Station announces the first part of an ongoing video series designed to educate global audiences on the fundamentals of democratic systems.

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 21, 2012

Today, the Polling Station announced the public availability of Part 1 of an ongoing Persian-language video series, designed to provide a simple introduction to the fundamental concepts that frame democratic systems.

Part 1 answers several questions about democratic systems, including:

1.    What is a democracy and what are the characteristics of a democratic system?

2.    How do elections work?

3.    What is the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” and how does it shape elections?

4.    What are the conditions that one must meet to vote in elections?

The series is available on the Polling Station´s YouTube channel as well as on their Website.

Future episodes will go into more depth and explore various components of democratic systems and the processes that facilitate them, including election monitoring; specifics of congressional elections and presidential elections; and handling of election outcomes.

About the Polling Station

The Polling Station´s mission is to provide the general public with unbiased news and information about global elections and other democratic processes. People can receive updates from the Polling Station through their Twitter feed or Website – http://www.istgaheentekhabat.com

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebwhat-is/democracy/prweb9721373.htm

Source: prweb

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