There's one point missing in this oath. While "always accepting the majority's verdict in any matter concerning all of the society of the state" - is good, it also opens the door for democratically elected governments such as Hammas recently and the Nazi back then. In other words, a true democracy is not just defined accepting the majority's veredict but at the same time, and perhaps most importantly, safeguarding the rights of the minorities.
Top Pakistan court allows military trials in terrorism cases (AP)
from the article: Students launch commitment oath to 'peace and democracy'