why are factions a threat to a democratic government

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They split and divide the political community into groups who differ from the majority, often malignantly, and they work in opposition to the greater good, to the way an ideal democratic government is supposed to work. They are often self-serving and agenda laden and can create chaotic elements even over the most trivial of things in their attempts to achieve their aims.

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