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We know that how crucial political parties are for the democracy. They are the most visible face of the democracy and people blame them for whatever is wrong in the working of democracy.
This is a case of our country too. Popular dissatisfaction and criticism has focused on four problem areas in the working of political parties.
1. LACK OF INTERNAL DEMOCRACY (with in the party):
all over the world there is a tendency in the political parties towards the concentration of power in one or few leaders at the top.
--parties do not keep membership registers, do not hold organizational meetings and conduct internal elections regularly.
--ordinary members do not get sufficient information on what happens inside the party.
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--more than loyalty to the party principles and policies, personal loyalty to the leader becomes more important.

How ti Writ a Good Debate

A debate is a contest between two speakers or two groups of the speaker to show skill and ability in arguing. Speakers are required to speak for or against a proposition, a question or a problem. To participate in a debate, one must prepare an out line of the main points in order in which one is going to argue. Every topic/subject has its own vocabulary. These must be learnt. The speaker addresses the chair (Mr. President/Madam), ‘submits’ an argument, ‘appeals’ for sympathetic understanding and support, ‘questions’ the opponent’s views and ‘concludes’ an argument. He also ‘answers’ questions in the rebuttal session.

Following expressions can be useful in preparing your own arguments

I’d like to raise a question/argue ---------
In my Opinion -----------
I’d like to present my view -------------
I would like to draw the attention ----------
I fail to understand ------------
My knowledgeable opponent has submitted that ------------
Do you realize that ------------?
The point is -----------
The tr…