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What is the defining right of a representative democracy? the right to petition the government the right to freedom of religion the right to a jury trial the right to vote the right to freedom of speech

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    A defining right of a representative democracy is D) the right to vote. The right to vote is an essential element of representative democracy because in order to be represented citizens must be able to vote for those who will represent them .

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    i already got it but thank you! :)

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