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Most researches in Constitutional Law and many politicians assume that democracy is in danger because a lack of political participation by citizens. The aim of this brief paper is to demonstrate the value of political participation of citizens in a democratic system. The Articles 1st, 2nd, 48th and 49th of the Italian Constitution will be examined in this paper, including the speech of members of the Italian Constitutional Assembly, Aldo Moro (1947) and Pietro Calamandrei (1955). As a result, democracy, which is strongly linked with the citizens’ political participation, will emerge. Finally, it is necessary to assume the presence of citizens in the political debate, to render democracy alive in the future.