US democracy is becoming like Egyptian and Pakistani democracies.

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Efforts are underway to prevent former President Donald Trump from participating in the elections.

Two states, Colorado and Maine, have prevented Trump from participating in the election. In addition, there are active lawsuits in 14 states, including Alaska, Arizona, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia,
Wisconsin and Wyoming, seeking to remove Trump ahead of their primaries.

Now it is up to the courts to decide what to do with these lawsuits. But the important thing is that there is a concerted effort to prevent Trump from participating in the elections. Maybe this is happening for US interest. But we are talking about democracy, democratic values and people’s voting.

A similar scenario was seen in the recent Egyptian elections where a famous opposition politician Ahmed Al-Tantawi was jailed and could not participate in the elections.

The same is happening in Pakistan. In Pakistan, former Prime Minister Imran Khan has been put in jail and his nomination papers are not being accepted. Not only his, but more than 25 members including the vice chairman of his party have had their papers submitted for membership of the National Assembly rejected. Moreover, his party is facing a severe crackdown.

It was three countries and three stories. Now what happens next?
Let’s see together.

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