I have given you facts, not any historian's opinion.
You could call it a democracy because there was an elected body, the Reichstag.
However it only did legislation and had no say on policy or such trivial matters as declaring war and invading major powers, so the limited democracy had no relevance to the start of WW1.
They would not even have been consulted if they were sitting, which they were not. All facts Dave.
There was no democratic input into the invasions of France, Russia and Belgium by the Kaiser's brutal armies.
Facts Dave, not anyone's opinion.
You are again proved wrong. You should take your own advice and not even try to debate with me.
You just end up looking silly, as now.