What is the role of opposition party in democracy?

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it indicate to those parties that lose in the elections and play the role of opposition to the parties those are in power by voicing different viewsand criticising govt for its failures or wrong policies 

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The Opposition’s main role is to question the government of the day and hold them accountable to the public.The Opposition is equally responsible in upholding the best interests of the people of the country. They have to ensure that the Government does not take any steps , which might have negative implications on the people of the country. 

the role of the opposition in parliarment is basically to check the excessess of the ruling or dominant party, and not to be totally antagonistic. There are actions of the ruling party which may be beneficial to the massess and oppositions are expected to support such things. 

In Parliament, Opposition Party should act firmly on behalf of common mass fighting for their common interest and grievences. They should raise immediate protest before a Bill passed, which is against the interest of common-men. Opposition legislators should always bear in mind that they are the representatives from each and every countryman fighting for justified demands and defending all unlawful and unfair practice.

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Opposition parties play an important role in democracies. They play both positive and negative role. 5
Positive role:
1. They ensures political party in power does not misuse or abuse its power.
2. It exposes the weaknesses of the ruling party
3. It keeps a close vigil on the bills and expenditure of the government
Negative role:
1. It targets the government and aims as disloging and discrediting the government for all the ills and
the troubles the people face.
2. Through stalling the proceedings of the parliament, dharmas and gharries, it curtails the progress
of the country.
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