Guide
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multi-party system is a political system in which there is a variety of different political parties.Theoretically, they should have absolutely equal chances to get a majority of seats in the parliament of the state.
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basis of a multi-party system - is the principle of freedom for the formation and activities of various political parties, which are incorporated in the Constitution.
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multiparty system indicates the presence in today's society a number of different political parties, who have to compete with each other due to their influence on the masses and enter the supreme bodies of state power, that is the legislative power.Partisanship here is synonymous with multi-party system.
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multiparty system can be carried out exclusively in democrati
c societies that guarantee all citizens equal rights in politics, including the organization of political forces.It can be concluded that the concept of "multi-party system" is much broader than the concept of "multi-party system."
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multi-party system as the sum of the political parties in the society creates some negative effects.For example, the power struggle of various political forces sometimes leads to its uncivilized forms.World experience shows that the use of the country's multi-party system removes many of the negative characteristics that arise in the case of no system, but simply the sum of the parties.
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presence of multiple parties in a country still does not say that in this state operates a multiparty system.In these cases do not match the challenges facing the private party and the whole party system.After all, each taken separately party seeks to conquer more and more political power and (or) more control over the electorate, in a time when the multi-party system should ensure effective implementation of promises to the electorate, the balance of representation in the government the interests of different groups.
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sum of political parties can act as a multi-party system only in cases where they will be in interdependent and mutually influencing relationships.They need to be guided as the formalized and unwritten rules in their political struggle, for example, the foundation principle of rotation of political parties, the ability to find a compromise, positioning using reference points and ideological constituencies.Only under the above rules theoretical amount of disparate parties can turn into a dynamic and viable political structure.In this case, and there comes a multi-party system.