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A Political Party

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        To begin, a political party is an association of members who truly believe in a similar political ideology. Political parties have considerable influence over the population, within various sections of the nation. Therefore, a Party System is the overall system in which political parties operate. For instance, Parties have a huge impact on elections and their results and how representatives vote. Party systems be distinguished by the effective number of parties.

        A one-party system state is a form of government where the country is ruled by a single political party, meaning only one political party exists and the forming of other political parties is forbidden. Yet,  one-party system can't  produce a political system as it would be identified in Britain. Also, one party can't produce any other system other than autocratic power which, is in a state where one party rules would include the remaining communist states of the world . Such as, Cuba, North Korea, and China. In fact, the old Soviet union was a one party state. To proceed, one of the more common features of a one party state woukld be that the position of the ruling party is guaranteed in a constitution and all forms of political opposition are banned by law. Therefore, the ruling party controls all  the aspects of living within that state.

        A multiparty party system state  is a system where more than two parties have some impact in a state’s political life. To continue, a multiparty system could  lead to a union government. For  instance, Germany and Italy have already experienced this situation which union governments weren't a success and only lastest less than a year. The Multi-party system are really interesting. The common countries with miltiparty are Continental Europe, France. Also, there are times were numbering from 17 to 20 and even 30 are groups of multiparties.  


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