CBSE Class 9 Social Science Democracy In The Contemporary World Worksheet

CBSE Class 9 Social Science - Democracy In The Contemporary World

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DEMOCRACY IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

Q.1 Who was elected as President of Chile in 1970? What steps did he take

to help the poor?

Q.2 Who was Lech Walesa? How did he become famous in Poland?

Q.3 Trace the Democratic Movement in Myanmar.

Q.4 What was Gdansk agreement?

Q.5 Why is 11 September 1973 considered to be a big day in the history of

Chile?

Q.6 ‘The disintegration of the Soviet Union accelerated the process of

expansion of democracy’. Give reasons.

Q.7 Which rights are denied to people in a non-democratic regime? Write

any three.

Q.8 What does IMF stand for? Write any one of its function. Do you think

that functioning of IMF is really democratic?

Q.9 Explain any three contributions of UN as a government of the world.

Q.10 Explain the factors that make United Nation Organisation a nondemocratic

organization.

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