Civics

A representative government is not possible without __________.


ANSWER

All the above


SOLUTION
A representative government is a type of government formed by politicians representing certain individuals or groups. These representatives are voted for by citizens through a democratic process of free and fair elections. Hence, a representative government is not possible without political parties, impartial elections and political consciousness among people.
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