(i) As democracy passes one test, it produces another test. As people get some benefits of democracy, they ask for more and want to make democracy even better.
(ii) That is why when we ask people about the way democracy functions, they always come up with more expectations, and many complaints.
(iii) The fact that people are complaining is itself a testimony to the success of democracy. It shows that people have developed awareness and the ability to expect, and to look critically at power holders and the high and the mighty.
(iv) A public expression of dissatisfaction with democracy shows the success of the democratic project; it transforms people from the status of a subject into that of a citizen.