How are laws made in Democracy?
In the United States some laws were made by the Constitution.
Today citizens come up with laws they want and then the proposed laws go out to vote.
Some laws may pass unless the President vetoes the laws.
What rights do citizens have and can they vote?
Some of the rights that citizens have are the right to vote, right to bare arms, freedom of speech, right to assemble, and freedom of religion
Countries that have Democracy.
United States, France, Japan, and Great Britain