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Types of Political Parties system

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Pilar Gonzalez Largacha

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Types of Political
Parties system

Dominant Party System
One political party has successively won elections by a very large majority
Non - Party System
System of governments in which elections
are taking place without making reference
to political parties

Single-party system

A system in which a single political party has the right to form the government

Two-party system

Two major political parties dominate politics within a government

- One of the two parties typically holds a majority in the legislature
Multi-party system
A system in which multiple political parties have the capacity to gain control of government offices.

71 % of the vote
175 of 220 seats
81,53 of the vote
- Not allow political parties
- Only holds elections
with expanding suffrage for a consultative assembly.
Republic of China - Communist Party of china

North Korea - Workers´s Party of Korea

Cuba - Communist Party of Cuba

Laos - Lao Front for National Construction

Vietnam - Vietnamese Fatherland Front

Examples of nations that have used a multi-party system effectively in their democracies.
- Brazil
- Denmark
- Japan
- Germany
- India
- Romania
- Serbia
- South Africa
- Spain
- Sweden
I. What is a political party system?
II. Types of Political Parties system
i. Dominant-party system:
ii. Non-partisan system:
iii. Single-party system:
iv. Two-party system:
v. Multi-party system:
IV. Maps of Countries by their form of government.
V. Bibliography

What is a political party system?
The system of government by political parties in a democratic country.

Basic similarities:

- They control the government

- The have a stable base of mass popular support

- They create internal mechanism for controlling

First party system: This system have developed as a result of the factions in the George Washington administration

Sixth Party System: This system is currently developing.
Multi-party system with two or three strong political parties or alliances, and many smaller parties that enjoy representation at the National Congress.
• Justicialist Party (Partido Justicialista, PJ),
• Front for Victory (Frente para la Victoria, FpV)
• Federal Peronism/Renewal Front (Peronismo Federal)
• Broad Front UNEN (Frente Amplio UNEN)
• Radical Civic Union (Unión Cívica Radical, UCR)
• Socialist Party (Partido Socialista, PS)
• Civic Coalition ARI (Coalición Cívica ARI, CC)
• GEN Party (Partido GEN, GEN)
• Proyecto Sur
• Freemen of the South Movement (Movimiento Libres del Sur, LdS)
• Authentic Socialist Party (Partido Socialista Auténtico, PSA)

• Republican Proposal (Propuesta Republicana, Pro)
Multi-party system at national and regional level
Nationally two dominant political parties: PSOE and PP
PP: mainstream centre-right
PSOE: mainstream centre-left
UI: left-wing group associated with CCOO

Multi-party parliamentary representative democratic constitutional monarchy
The Emperor acts as the symbolic Head of state
The prime minister acts as the Head of government
countries with multi-party system

Currently, Liberia has numerous political parties, in which no party has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.
Single-state party system
The True Whig Party of Liberia is considered the founder of the first single-party state in the world, as despite opposition parties never being outlawed, it completely dominated Liberian politics from 1878 until 1980.
- Presidential republics.
- Republics with an executive president elected by a parliament.
- Semi-presidential republics.
- Parliamentary republics.
- Parliamentary constitutional monarchies in which the monarch does not personally exercise power.
- Dual system constitutional monarchies in which the monarch personally exercises power (often alongside a weak parliament).
- Absolute monarchies.
- Single-party oligarchy.
- Countries in which constitutional provisions for government have been suspended (e.g. Military dictatorships)
- Countries which do not fit any of the above systems.

WIKIPEDIA. Political Party. [En línea]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Party_system>. Consulta [12 December 2014]

CONSTITUTION FACTS. The first political parties. [En línea] <http://www.constitutionfacts.com/founders-library/first-party-system/>. Consulta [12 December 2014]

APUS HISTORY NOTES. Development of the two party - system. [En línea] <http://www.apstudynotes.org/us-history/topics/development-of-the-two-party-system/>. Consulta [12 December 2014]
Maria Ferreño, Pilar González and Melany Guillén
The Evolution of America's Major Political Parties
Before we start....
Political Party Origins
In addition, and in order to o conclude, a brief explanation/ summary of all that we have sponken about
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