View Poll Results: Which party system do you believe in?

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  • Single-party

    30 35.71%
  • Dominant-party

    6 7.14%
  • Two-party

    3 3.57%
  • Multi-party

    14 16.67%
  • Non-partisan

    19 22.62%
  • Other (Please explain your belief)

    12 14.29%
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    Single party. A homogenous country has no need for warring party politics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortress Germania View Post
    Single party. A homogenous country has no need for warring party politics.
    A homogenous country is a happy country.

    you have the right idea...
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    Parlimentary democracies seem to lead to corruption. I would prefer a more straigt-forward democracy, either direct-democracy like in Switzerland, or some sort of democracy inspired a bit by the old Germanic Things, where people from different families/villages would get together and discuss problems. Of course it would need some changes to fit into the society today. Political parties aren't really necessary.

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    No party system

    No party system on the planet is good, none!

    First of all, the people must own the law. All laws and regulations are to be made by the people for the people. Laws made by lawyers, politicians, UN, strangers, capitalists, judges and such can never be the basis of governance.

    Local people must choose their leader in the community. And the people must find a common king for the land to be managed. But even the king must obey the law. One of the laws is that if the king does not follow the law he must die. It must be prohibited, to change the law. Only the people can change the law.

    A system for governance must always start with the laws, not party system i think.

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    One party, one direction!

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    Non Partisan for me. I would rather elect someone based on what they stand for rather than what party they are with

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    I don't much like the idea of a single party system, because if that single party becomes corrupt then you have to most likely have a violent revolution to make them accountable to the people.

    There should be term limits on all politicians, parties and judicial appointments. I like the idea of multi party system, but all politicians, parties,and judges should be held accountable to the laws of the people.

    An example of would be if a political party over a period of generations constantly tries to go against the laws of the people the whole party should be held accountable. If they place a person in power who is not of the nation or has questionable birth they should be tried by the people as criminals. If they appoint judges that are activist and don't follow the rule of law, they should be tried by the people as criminals.

    You may ask how do you try a whole party? Easy you have a separate judicial branch that is not appointed by any party but elected by the people and has term limits. If the party in question is found guilty then they should be de-funded and not allowed to participate in politics for set number of years. If the offense is real severe they( like supporting a marxist negro ) they should face criminal charges and serve prison time or execution for treason.
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    I'd opt for a referendum based policy rather than a representative one.

    It's not an ideal system but in theory you would vote on a series of policies; education, welfare, immigration, health etc. and your vote for them goes to shape the policies of the leading government instead of you voting for party X, Y or Z.

    I also believe that people should have a greater say in their local community and their representatives should come from that respected community.

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    Single Party System

    What are the advantages of a single party system?

    What are the disadvantages of a single party system?

    Would it make sense for a nation to have a single party system?

    Why are multiple party systems desirable?

    What do multiple party systems accomplish?

    How are multiple party systems needed?

    Don't multiple party systems revolve around dominant party systems anyways where one political party dominates?

    Wouldn't it be easier to have a single party system?

    If not, what is ever accomplished in multiple party systems?

    For me multiple party systems revolve around ineffective forms of democracy.
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    A single party system negates itself by still acknowledging partisanship as politically legitimate. This instill in it a witch-hunt mentality that eventually causes its own demise.

    A truly functional State doesn't acknowledge the very notion of a "party" as legitimate.
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