A political tradition is a set of attitudes and practices held by a people that shapes their political conduct. In many of my earlier writings, again and again, I tried to hammer the importance and exigency of a tolerant civic tradition and the significance of unity in range, because in the end homogenous political cultures (heterogeneous set of beliefs + widespread platform) virtually always give rise to a secure and built-in political system. However a Tory party riding to power clutching some Cameronian PR slogan might be a betrayal of something that might remotely have been seen as a radical renewal of democracy as a result of one thing is inevitable. The political culture hence reinforces the argument that it is political and financial stability that atypical Pakistanis need and given the choice between good governance and democracy, individuals will go for good governance.
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