The first assertion is true: only a true democracy (social democracy, acoto I) ensures greater equality among citizens, with the enjoyment of the welfare gains possible, but hence to assume that this is socialism, there is a chasm of distance. Just have a look at the philosophical conception of both ideologies to be astonished with the conceptual distance that separates them. Democracy is a form of organization of groups of people, whose predominant characteristic is that the ownership of the power resides in the totality of its members, making that you decision making respond to the collective will of members of the group. In the strict sense democracy is a form of Government, organization of the State, where collective decisions are taken by the people through direct or indirect participation mechanisms that confer legitimacy to the representatives. In a broad sense, democracy is a form of social coexistence in which members are free and equal and social relationships are established according to contractual mechanisms based on capitalism, which is the economic system which in turn is based on the capital as basic social relations of production. In capitalism private individuals and enterprises employing waged workers, carry out the production and exchange of goods or services, in order to produce and accumulate profits or other benefit of self-interest. Being democracy a form of Government and capitalism an economic system, capitalist society is defined as the social, political, economic and legal order that originates in the West and based on that civilization economic system. The capitalist order is distinguished from socialism, among other many considerations) by their social mobility and the formal regulation of social relations through the free contract.

Capitalism is an economic system in which the ownership of the means of production is private, understanding why its construction on a regime of capital goods industry and of tenure and land use based on private property. It is an economic structure in which the means of production operate mainly in the benefit function and in which managerial interests is rationalized though based on capital investment and the consequent competition for consumption and wage labour markets. It is therefore an economic order in which predominates the capital over labour as an element of production and wealth creation, is that this phenomenon is considered as a cause or as a result of the control over the means of production by those who possess the first factor. Against this political, social and economic ideology we find that socialism is a socio-economic order based on public ownership of the means of production, the collective and planned control of the economy by the society as a whole. An ideology which is also defined Socialist and within it encompasses all theory, doctrine or movement that advocates for its implementation.

Socialism can be non-State, through community ownership in a broad sense, or State, through nationalization and economic planning production centralized since the State Government. Social and collective property is set in a socialist system) of the means of production, and thereby disappears any form of private ownership of capital goods. Colophon: A Constitution is not a project-in-country; It is the reference from which should be structured. A project-in-country is not only one; they are many visions shared with goals to achieve in different periods and in different scenarios. How complicated is not dealing with the construction of a country project, but continue in the exercise of democracy without him; in other words, blindly.