This is a debate of almost metapolitics, not about how government is run, but how the system of how government is run should be selected.
Degrees of Democracy:
Nothing should be done to create a state, let everything happen naturally for the greatest level of majority rule. Ex: Anarchy/Assassin's Creed Ideology.
There should be no constitution limiting what laws can be passed and literally anything should be accomplishable through a majority vote, even removing democracy.
The only amendment limiting what laws can be passed in the constitution should make it impossible to remove democracy, but otherwise anything should be possible like above.
There can be amendments limiting what laws are passed, but they can be repealed. Ex: Most governments.
The Constitution has democracy, but it limits what decisions democracy can make. Ex: A socialist government with a constitution that democratically decides how socialism is run (like what they teach in public schools), but does not allow socialism to be removed.
No Democracy. Ex: A dictatorship or military junta.
I'm all for an Un-Amendable Constitution that follows my ideals, but when I remove myself from the issue I really don't know what the best would be.
Of course there's the thought that non-intervention is going on anyways, because whatever happens happens whether or not there is a constitution in place, but that's too meta for us normal humans.
So, what is your opinion, to what degree should we have democracy?