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Benevolent dictatorship

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A benevolent dictatorship is a government that has a leader considered by some as a dictator but has the support of the people, unlike a malevolent dictator who only focuses on them selves, their government and their supporters. In benevolent dictatorships, there is some freedom of speech and democracy.

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  1. Marks, Kathy (20 June 2014). "Fiji military leader admits beatings, torture". The Sydney Morning Herald.
  2. Kaur, Jas. "How Fijian dictator Bainimarama finally earned his mandate". The Conversation.