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Political Party

variations of political parties, there are so many descriptions of the political parties of the west. Some of the classification of political parties includes wide membership and some are restricted to a certain class in society for example those people who are in the working class tends to join the labor party or a revolutionary party who advocates the violent overthrow of the government. Some political party also advocates the rights of the ethnic minorities of a certain country. Other political parties...

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Political Parties

power was a new political concept called popular sovereignty, which was a political concept put in place in the frameworks of early American government. These two thought processes split the founders of the U.S. constitution who had already divided into two main camps with different visions for the new nation. Alexander Hamilton formed the first political party in the United States in 1789 whose main goals were to establish a strong central government, called the Federalist Party. Composed of many...

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Function Of Political Parties

The Political Parties are the most important part of any democratic country. The Political Parties mobilize public opinion around their ideologies and contests elections to form a government. Generally an ordinary citizen does not have direct access to the government he can be reached only by his elected representative. Thus it is righty said that government represents will of people. It will, therefore, not be an exaggeration to say that no Political Party, no democracy. Political Parties are responsible...

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Political Parties as Institutions

Political Parties as institutions. How can organization analysis and or institutionalism help us understand differences between party systems? Institutions are set of established rules guiding a group. It could be as informal as simple collectively shared ideas or norms to as formal as organized legislative laws or bodies. Institutions are distinctive and hence differ from one another. Defining institution in political science and in terms of political parties has been a difficult thing to do...

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Income of a Political Party

Income of a Political Party - Whether taxable under Income Tax Law in India What is a Political Party ? A political party means a political party registered under section 29-A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951. Section 29-A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 deals with the Registration with the Election Commission of associations or body of individual citizens of India calling itself a political party and intending to...

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Amusing Political Parties

simplifies a registration of political parties was adopted in Russia. In this respect, political activism of Russian citizens is expected to increase. Surely, mass media have taken this news not without hint of irony. Some of them printed the sarcastic issues by referring to the recent past of Russia when a lot of parties with funny names existed or even by making an overlook on recently formed organizations which would like to be formalized as official political parties. I’ve read one amusing issue...

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Arguments Against Political Parties

America is run and which type of policies we vote in. However, for every political decision made there is a group that is rallying against it. Political parties play a huge role this fight, and there are some examples of great things happening in government that are fought against because of the crossing of political lines, such as the Louisiana Purchase which I feel was unlawful, but certainly no unconstitutional. Political parties have been an issue since day one in America’s government. While today...

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Regional Political Parties Are Threat to the Nation

ny oder thing u need .. I’ll snd u thru SMS !! all d bst Regional Political Parties are threat to the nation Yes …. These parties are threat to the nation ….. According to Election Commission of India only 16% of registered political parties in India are actually involved in political activities & the rest are created with the sole purpose of tax evasion only. In other words, only 200 out of 1200 registered political parties in India can be said to be genuine & the rest are fake. 1. United...

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Why Did America Form Political Parties

we have political parties. Political parties are a group of like-minded people, working together to try and win their election. Not all people would say that political parties are important, but I disagree. Some people would agree with me because without them then our elections would be very hard to keep track of. They would be difficult to track because then it would be everyone for themselves so they can’t group the votes. Most people don’t really say much much about political parties but when...

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Differences Between Political Parties And Interest Groups

Government 2305 April 9, 2017 Assignment 3 Public opinion, interest groups, and political parties pay a key role is our political system by influencing our votes in the election. These are the essential ideas of free speech and democracy in our country. Interest groups are member based groups that have a common idea or motive and try to influence policymakers. They fund political parties, influencing our election. 1 Political parties organize to win elections, operate the government, and determine public...

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