Authoritarian democracy

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Authoritarian democracy is a form of democracy directed by a ruling elite of an authoritarian state that seeks to represent the different interests of society.

Particular applications of the concept[edit]

Russia[edit]

Russia under President Vladimir Putin is an example of authoritarian democracy.[1][2][3]

Hong Kong[edit]

Hong Kong may also be thought as an authoritarian democracy (see Functional Constituency (Hong Kong).

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