One Party System Vs Multi-Party System.

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ESTABLISHMENT OF RULE OFLAWCHINA VS INDIA
One Party System Vs Multi-Party SystemTable of ContentsINTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................2One Party System....................................................................................................................2Multi-Party System.................................................................................................................2Rule Of Law............................................................................................................................2China- A One Party System....................................................................................................3India- A Multi-Party System...................................................................................................3Benefits And Challenges Of One Party System Over Multi-Party System................................3Benefits of one party vs. multi-party system..........................................................................3Challenges of One Party System Vs Multiple Party System..................................................3Establishment of ‘Rule Of Law’.................................................................................................5Conclusion..................................................................................................................................5Reference....................................................................................................................................61
One Party System Vs Multi-Party SystemINTRODUCTIONThis assignment is focused on one party and multi-party systems that whether China is betteror India is more appropriate for establishing the rule of law. The further explanation isconcerned with the benefits and comparison of one party and multi-party system over oneanother.One Party SystemAlso known as single party state, single party system, and one party state is that type of statewhere only one party has the right of forming the government, usually established by existingconstitution. Other parties have the only limited allowance or sometimes outlawed for taking acontrolled and limited participation in the elections. Unlike one party system, sometimes, thetermde factoone party system is used for describing a dominant party system that allowsnominal multiparty elections. But in that case also, there are no chances of winning for thoseopposition parties as the political power or existing practices intercepts them from winning.One party states are explained in various ways. Supporters of one party system state that dueto the existence of single party system, there runs unity in a nation. Some say, one party is adriving force for a nation, and therefore the right to rule should not be questioned.The Soviet government argued about class struggle was represented by multiple parties, whichwas absent in Soviet society, and thus theSoviet Uniononly had a single party: theCommunist Party.Multi-Party SystemA multi-party system is that system where there are a multiple political parties and all of themwork for national elections as all have the chance to win and gain the control of governmentoffices in the union or individually by the votes of the population of that country. These areseen to be more common in countries having systems of parliament than in presidentialsystems. And are way more common in countries using proportional representation than thosewho usefirst-past-the-postelections.Examples of a multi-party system are India, Brazil, Italy,Israel, New Zealand, Pakistan, Norway, Spain, South Africa, Germany, Sri Lanka, etc. Thesecountries do not have a single party having the parliamentary majority by itself rather multipleparties formunionsto develop power blocks for governing.A multi-party system, unlike a one party system, stimulates the constituency for formingpolitical parties, i.e., various distinctive, recognized official groups. Every party competes forgetting votes by the voters of the country. It averts the leadership of a single party withoutchallenges from controlling a particular legislative chamber.("Multi-Party System")Rule Of LawRule of lawis a legal principle defining that a nation should be governed by law rather thanbeing governed by random decisions of individual governments. It refers to the impact of lawon the country, certainly as a constraint including the behavior of government officials withinthe society. This rule of law integrates that every citizen of a country is bound to the law.China- A One Party SystemChina is ruled by a political party named, the communist party of China(CPC). Thecommunist party is the only ruling party in China. Other than CPC, there are eight other legalparties comprising the united front.Chen DuxiuandLi Dazhaowere the founders of thecommunist party, and it was founded in 1921. The communist party is currently considered as2
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