think how software evolves. now think how democracy stagnates.
i know humans are extremely conservative by nature, but this is just absurd.
First, "democracy" is pretty vague, do you mean direct democracy, representative democracy, presidential democracy, &c.
Then "democracy" isn't a fixed thing, it's been changing continuously for thousands of years. 500BC Athens democracy hasn't much to do with today's US version of democracy. So no, we don't "keep it flawed".
Democracy means "power to the people", the way you implement it might be flawed but the underlying principle sounds very sane.
> think how software evolves. now think how democracy stagnates
Change doesn't necessarily mean progress. You don't get to "move fast and break things" in geopolitics.
Name one country where the democracy system in place is stagnating, and why.
And then in these cases, why/how less democracy would improve the people prospects altogether.
As long as the democracy with flaws is better than the alternative, yes.