Yes. Since both Hinduism, as well as Buddhism, are Dharmic religions, they usually accept each other's practices and many people practice a combination of both. In 2015, a new constitution was adopted and granted equal rights to all religions in Nepal.
We live in an age in which democracy – save for a few notable exceptions – has been largely accepted as the most legitimate form of government; a time when elections of some description regularly take place in the vast majority (68.9%, according to The Economist) of countries around the world. In the modern world, even the most despotic leaders recognize the popular vote as a legitimizing mandate for government - which is why some endeavor to rig elections in their favor.
In Africa alone, estimates are that around 16 presidential and legislative elections will ta place in 2015. But what does it take to build, stabilize and consolidate a modern democracy that lasts? What lessons can we learn from the most successful democratic transitions in the world, and what cautionary tales can we learn from the worst?
The answer in the space provided is expert power. This is a
power in which they have the skills that they specialized in as they have
higher knowledge in a particular area that they are called to specialized in or
be a specialty of.
The correct answer to this open question is the following.
Although the question does not include the context or further references, we can say that two key insights that describe a good leader are its decision-making process and the courage he/she shows when the leader has to act.
Here is my example. I have seen how the Director of the company where my father works, acts swiftly, and shows no doubt when making decisions. My father has told us about these two traits it has, but sometimes I have witnessed him in the office when I visited my father's workplace last summer.
You see him and he commands respect. He enters a room and people pay attention. I have seen how he deals with problems and he shows no doubt to make a decision and act correspondingly. He knows when to act tough and with decisiveness, and when to be calm and soft in order to create understanding.