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Opinion: anti-democracy or anti-institution?

By Luiz Philippe Orleans e Bragança

(Opinion) The use of the term “democracy” is causing confusion.

It is necessary to define the terminology in current use, because the idea that democracy is related to institutions is a totally mistaken perception if we follow the origin of the word democracy.

Since its origin, democracy has always been antagonistic to institutions.

The key question for any analyst is to answer who governs? The people or the institutions?

The answer in the case of Brazil is quick: the institutions.

Public institutions are the attempt to represent the rule of law, the laws . . .

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