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  1. A one-party state, single-party state, one-party system, or single-party system is a type of sovereign state in which only one political party has the right to form the government, usually based on the existing constitution. [1] All other parties are either outlawed or allowed to take only a limited and controlled participation in elections.

    Date Of Establishment
    Pashtun nationalism, Pashtunization, ...
    February 14, 1977 [4] [5]
    People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan ...
    Communism (until 1990), Marxism–Leninism ...
    December 24, 1980
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    June 2, 1939
    Guard of Greater Albania
    Albanian nationalism, Fascism
    July 27, 1943
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    As of October 1st 2020, there are 9 states that are ruled by a single party: 1. China (Communist party of China, 8 registered minor parties) 2. Democratic People's Republic of Korea(AKA- North Korea) (Korean Workers' Party) - 2 minor parties that exist on paper only 3. Vietnam (Vietnamese Communist party) 4. Cuba (Cuban Communist party) 5. Eritrea ...

    Those are states whose were formerly ruled by single parties: 1. Nazi Germany (Nazi Party) 2. Kingdom of Italy (National Fascist Party) 3. Socialist Republic of Romania (Romanian Communist Party) 4. Democratic Kampuchea (Communist Party of Kampuchea) 5. Empire of Japan (Imperial Rule Assistance Association) 6. Polish People's Republic (Polish Worke...

    De facto one-party states

    Countries where other parties are legal, but none exists at present. Also, in some kingdoms a royal family actually rules the country with or without political parties. Kingdoms and Emirates in the Middle Eastare examples.

    Dominant-party system

    Examples commonly cited include: United Russia (CP) in Russia, the New Azerbaijan Party in Azerbaijan, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey, Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) in Serbia, Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (DPS) in Montenegro, the People's Action Party (PAP) in Singapore, the African National Congress (ANC) in South Africa, the Ba'ath Party in the Syrian Arab Republic, Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea in Equatorial Guinea, Awami League in Bangladesh, t...

  2. › simple › One-party_stateOne-party state - Wikiwand

    A one-party systemis a form of government where the country is ruled by a single political party, meaning only one political partyexists and the forming of other political parties is forbidden. [1][2] Some countries have many political parties that exist, but only one that can by law be in control. This is called a one-party dominant state.

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    Some person has been re-introducing the Institutional Revolutionary Party of Mexico as a single party from the 1920s to 2000, but it was not. It was in fact a dominant party. More difficult to understand, this addenda was twice listed below a title implying that most Latin American countries had single party states during the cold war or anytime in...

    The Confederate States of America had effectively only one political Party -- the Democratic Party. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Pbrower2a (talk • contribs) 05:45, 5 March 2011 (UTC) 1. I'm pretty sure that once you take over a part of the contry, you can call yourself whatever you like. See: Peoples reupblic of China, and Republic of Chin...

    Are there any nations that possess what is called a "one party" government, but in reality the one party is so broadly defined as to be meaningless (and allow for debates and such)? i cant figure out a better wording for this. (talk) 05:30, 3 June 2011 (UTC) 1. China is becoming like that.--Jack Upland (talk) 00:08, 28 December 2015 (...

    I noticed in the article an I.P put Wisconsin, a U.S state, down as a single party state. I reverted it, albeit before I logged in, and then checked the edit history. This same I.P has put Wisconsin down twice, and each time it was reverted. Wisconsin does not meet the definition for a dominant party state, much less a single party state. Given tha...

    According to this article, Cuba previously had a semi-presidential system. Is there a source for this? Josh (talk) 02:07, 15 December 2012 (UTC) Edit: Likewise for South Vietnam. Josh (talk) 02:09, 15 December 2012 (UTC)

    Given that the succession of leadership in the DPRK has been from father to son for what is now the third generation should we look to moving it out of the single-party State category and putting it in the Absolute Monarchy category? In the case of a single-party state the Party normally chooses the leader on the death / retirement / arrest of the ...

    I have heard the term 'one party state' also used to describe states where the consent of only 1 party (rather than both parties) is needed to record conversations. As opposed to a two-party state where both people need to consent to make a recording of a conversation. I am wondering if through disambiguation we could reflect this somehow. Ranze (t...

    Taiwan should be added to the list of single-party states. -- (talk) 21:39, 5 April 2013 (UTC) 1. No it shouldn't. The Republic of China operated under one-party rule in the past, but not anymore. That's why it's listed under former section as "Republic of China (Kuomintang) 1928-1987". The current government system of what's commonly...

    A user has been attempting to WP:SPLIT part of the list on this article to List of single-party states (though hasn't actually followed through with the pasting part of the split) based on the premise that "This is an article, not a list, you do see the difference between an article and a list?" However, WP:EMBED clearly states that lists embedded ...

    There is no source for defining a "single-party state" as other than a state where there is only one party (e.g., the USSR). I would say when someone calls China a "single-party state" they are speaking loosely or ignorantly; this is not evidence for the definition used by this article.--Jack Upland (talk) 02:26, 4 July 2014 (UTC) 1. It is like cal...

  4. The one-party dominant state is a system of majority rule where one political party has successively won election victories by a very large majority and is, therefore, the dominant ruling party, which does not have to form coalitions ( alliances) with other smaller political parties as a result.

  5. A one-party state, single-party state, one-party system, or single-party system is a type of state in which one political party has the right to form the government, usually based on the existing constitution. All other parties are either outlawed or allowed to take only a limited and controlled participation in elections.

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