2 edition of One party system of government found in the catalog.
One party system of government
Wilbert A. Klerruu
by Publicity and Research Section, Tanganyika African National Union in Dar es Salaam
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 12.
|Statement||by W. A. Klerruu.|
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|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||70980196|
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A one-party system 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. Some countries have many political parties that exist, but only one that can by law be in control.
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China represents a Communist one-party state, which is changing the economic system from a Communist command economy to a capitalist market economy. One positive aspect of one-party states is the centralization of political power, which facilitates structural changes of the economy toward a free market economy, like in contemporary China.
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A one-party system is a political system in which one political party is overwhelmingly dominant. In some smaller jurisdictions even within larger two-party or multi-party systems, one party has gained the upper hand to such an extent that at that level of government, it functions as a one-party system.
In such cases, political competition shifts to primary elections, and the most important.A divided party government occurs when one party is in the presidency and the other controls one or both chambers of Congress.
Because in a divided government one party can check the other's.A one party system is a type of political system that is dominated by a single party. Often this is the case when a country holds elections, but the outcome is predictable and a leader from a.