1. What is the main difference between elections in a democracy and elections under an authoritarian
a. In democracies, elections are about issues, while under authoritarian
governments, elections concern the personalities of leaders.
b. Democratic regimes allow for viable opposition, while the leaders do not permit
themselves to lose under an authoritarian government.
c. Unlike democracies, there are no political parties in an authoritarian regime.
d. Authoritarian regimes never have elections.