Apart from democratic republics, are there any other types of govt that elect representatives? [closed]

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Apart from democratic republics, where a democratic republic is defined as a country that is effectively 'rule of the many', mostly through elected representatives, there any other types of governments that elect representatives?

If so, whom do these elected representatives represent in practice?

As the source qualifies, a democratic republic need not have universal suffrage (and can place restrictions on who can vote, such as by age, citizenship, criminal status, etc) so a type of government without universal suffrage may still be a democratic republic and will not be a valid answer for other types of governments.

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