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It is generally accepted today that there is a close relationship between civil society and a Democratic political order. However, the existence of a Democratic state order is necessary for the establishment of a civil society order that serves its true purpose. In other words, the establishment of an effective civil society order in a country where various sections of the population are represented by the state is unlikely without a Democratic political order. The state administration that allow for the participation of citizen groups and to establish a Democratic political order, the official ideology of the state is outside the problems of the society that it represents a discourse that is focused on the existence of a strong civil society movement is vital. In short, it can be said that a Democratic state administration serves to establish a strong civil society order; a strong civil society movement acting autonomously from the state also serves to achieve a democratic government of the state. In order to establish a Democratic political order, this understanding must first be disseminated to the local community. In this sense, it is very difficult for the state to establish a democratic order by the hands of the central government without making the democratic order dominant in the local area. Because these situations depend primarily on the formation of a culture of democracy in the people. At this point, the importance of civil society emerges. Through the different civil society organizations of which it is a member, the people can get the chance to know the requirements of democratic life, such as election, election and representation, and through these organizations, they can make their voice heard to the state. This situation facilitates the participation of the citizen in the decisions taken by the administration and strengthens the citizen's sense of loyalty and belonging to the state as envisaged by the democratic order and serves to make the state more legitimate in the eyes of the citizen. In this study, it is aimed to determine the level of contribution of civil society to the establishment of a Democratic political-social order in the local area by using related resources. This contribution will be addressed not in a particular region or country but in the sense of the contribution of civil society in general to local democracy. In this study, qualitative analysis techniques, descriptive analysis techniques will be used, the data will be placed in a logical order, these descriptions will be interpreted and results will be reached.

Civil society, Non-Governmental Organizations, Democracy, Local Democracy


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