Would you call the fact that 1/3 of the people who live in the territory currently controlled by Israel have no vote, sway or influence over the policies that are enacted upon them that affect every aspect of their day-to-day lives a "little" imperpection, or is this one of the "fine details" that your opinion omits? The entire root of the problem that you pointed to is the one-govt, 2 policy system that currently governs in the region. Until Israel creates one policy for all of its citizens, AND either recognizes and respects the soverignty of the people in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, or gives all occupied people the vote, Israel will always be a sham democracy.
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