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Advantages and disadvantages about multi party system and single party system

About: Advantages of single party state

12 Jun '09 09:57 pm
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In a bi-party system the people have to choose only one party whereas in the multi-party system there is a chance to the people to elect this or that. This the advantage in multi party system.

example for bi-party system is CHINA
example for multi party system is INDIA
Answered by Sankaran K, 01 Nov '11 08:18 pm

 
  
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Simple answer is there are no advantages to a bi party/multi party system. The multi party system will always create a situation where both parties will struggle for control and in the end get important nothing done, this is just a fact with the way the system works, think of it as having a car which can drive in either automatic or manual transmission, one has to be in charge or the car isn't going to speed up.

Complex answer is there are far greater advantages to a bi party or multi party system than there is to a single party system. Why? Well under a single party system the party in charge, which is the only party, dictates everything based around their believes, politics, or agendas this generally doesn't favor the over all population though, just the majority or more to the point the most influential of the population, e.g. rich, religious leaders, dictators/monarchy. A multi party system creates a natural system of checks and balances which prevents one side from doing every ...more
Answered by Muhammad, 21 Oct '09 07:50 am

 
  
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BOTH are equally bad, under Indian condition.
Only TWO-PARTY-SYSTEM may bale you out to a near-democracy.
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 13 Jun '09 10:36 am

 
  
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