Ans. A democratic regime follows the establishment of a governing body by considering the needs and requirements of the country’s citizens through the practices of election and voting. Whereas, a dictatorship regime follows the establishment of a country’s governing body through the ruling of one primary leader and then succeeded by the members of their own family. Therefore, a dictatorship regime doesn’t function in accordance with the interests of the general population of a country. So, as can be understood, a democratic government is relatively more considerate of its citizens by giving them the power to choose their leaders, unlike dictatorship.