plot,setting, resolution, conflict, point of view, character, climax, of creole democracy by Rufino Blanco-Fombona

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Creole Democracy I.Synopsis “Creole Democracy” is a clear presentation of one fundamental defect from of government. Democracy is based on the concept of the rule “of the people, by the people, for the people. “The success of a democratic form of government is based on the nature and condition of the electorate--- that they are literate enough to express their will in the ballot, that they have sufficient education to understand and analyze and decide on vital issues, and that they canimpose discipline on their emotions and themselves. To meet these requirements of democracy, Fambona tells us, most developing countries are still incapable. So the story ends in tragedy and death with the participants not really knowing it is all about.…show more content…
Quick! Off to the mountains!” The vaquero didn 't know that what he did was a crime as a sign of an uneducated man who just his leader: “Then it is true that this was a crime?” All that he thought was to kill the other party with one reason at all. That he is an enemy. Realizing his mistake he turned himself to justice. Having regrets of his ignorance and still confused: “But weren 't we supposed to conquer them? Weren 't they our enemies? “The people of Camoruco are not yet ready for democratic changes. For them to have a successful democracy, the public and the electorates should be first educated about the meaning of democracy. The story proved that education of people and the leaders will only turn into chaos. The leaders should not think about themselves and be selfish but rather to put into mind that democracy is “of the people, by the people and for the people”. Each of the public should have a contribution for the success of the country not just merely being influenced by powerful leaders. The leaders of both party in the story don 't have a clear goal of what they will do in their country, can 't even notice the issues they are facing and discipline themselves rather all they want is to be in

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