Three factors which determine the outcomes of politics of social divisions:
-- The people’s perception of their identities
When this is singular, the accommodation of other identities becomes difficult.
-- Representation of a community by political leaders
While representing a community, if politicians raise demands that are constitutional, then it is easier to accommodate those demands.
-- The government’s reaction
If the reasonable demands of a community are suppressed by the government, then it leads to social divisions, which in turn threaten the integrity of the country.