- susanlauLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The article is about a violent attack in Pakistan during the run-up to the election.
The story makes me think about the difficulties in maintaining an effective democracy. The Pakistani people have the right to elect their goverment leaders democratically like the people of other countries. But the democratic election is often tarred with factional conflicts and even violence. It appears that democracy is not effective in putting down the social unrest.
To make democracy work for the interest of people, I think more important jobs have to be done in addition to holding democratic election. In a heavily divided country, leaders should show genuine sincerity in conciliating with opposing forces.