The way forward for Bahrain`s democracy can be defined as the relationship or balance between state power and individual freedom. If so, a system of democratic governance can take many forms. Bahrain has an excellent Constitution that supports its phase of development, gives it a constitutional monarchy and a nascent parliamentary system, and has developed in the last three parliaments political conventions with fundamental, economic and social rights for its citizens. Great progress has been made over the past ten years with regard to the Royal Reform Project and the Economic Vision 2030. I believe that the way forward lies in the policy of complacency. Each group will strive to promote the emancipation of its supporters. While the European Union and the signatories of the JCPOA reaffirmed their commitment to the agreement, they strongly opposed Rouhani`s demands, saying, “We reject all ultimatums and will assess Iran`s compliance on the basis of Iran`s performance with regard to its nuclear commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.” In mid-January, Britain, France and Germany — the three European parties to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — announced that they had invoked the agreement`s formal dispute settlement mechanism (DRM) in response to the five phases of Iran`s “reduced compliance” with the deal.