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Which of the following is the BEST example of an "illiberal democracy"?
The elections are completely fraudulent and do not accurately reflect the will of the public.
A one-party state holds elections, but only its own candidates are allowed to compete.
The government acts in the best interests of the people, but without elections to determine who holds power.
Voters' choices in elections are limited to only two parties.
Elections are held, and the winners take office, but the fairness and competitiveness of the elections are questionable.