Party Systems

What is a party system?
Each country has a different party system. This is because each countries government have a different view on how to win the election. A party system is a system that predicts how each country will vote and who is capable of winning power.
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One party system.
A system in which only one party can be elected into power because all other parties have been banned to run by law.
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Two party system.
Two major parties dominate the vote in nearly all the elections so all members of parliament will be from one of the two.
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Multi party system.
a system in which multiple parties are able to win power in an election. Certain parties could win this alone or form a coalition with another party.
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Dominant party system.
A system where a party will be voted in repeatedly and defeat doesn't seem possible
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A system in which only one party can be elected into power because all other parties have been banned to run by law.

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One party system.

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Two major parties dominate the vote in nearly all the elections so all members of parliament will be from one of the two.

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a system in which multiple parties are able to win power in an election. Certain parties could win this alone or form a coalition with another party.

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A system where a party will be voted in repeatedly and defeat doesn't seem possible

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