Civics

Political Parties

Question:

What are the different types of political party system?

Answer:

There are three major systems in political parties. They are (a) the one Party system, (b) the Two party system, (c) the Multi-party system
One-party system : In China, only the Communist Party is allowed to rule. This is not a good option since it is not a democratic system. A democratic system must have at least two parties and each party must have a fair chance of forming the government.
Two-party system : Although there may be many parties in the country, only the two largest ones have a realistic chance of forming the government. This is seen in the USA.
Multi-party system : Several parties compete for power and each has a chance of coming into power on its own, or in alliance with others. We see this in India.

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Political Parties

Q 1.

Suggest some reforms to strengthen parties so that they perform their functions well?

Q 2.

State the various functions political parties perform in a democracy.

Q 3.

How many parties are registered with the Election commission of India?

Q 4.

A group of people who come together to contest elections and hold power in the government is called a _____________________.

Q 5.

What are the different types of political party system?

Q 6.

What are the characteristics of a political party?

Q 7.

What are the criteria set by the Election Commission of India for Political Parties?

Q 8.

Write a brief note on State Parties in India.

Q 9.

Write a brief note on State Parties in India.

Q 10.

Mention the three major components of Political Parties.

Q 11.

What are the different types of political party system?

Q 12.

What are the various challenges faced by political parties?

Q 13.

Write a brief note on the Indian national congress.

Q 14.

What is a political party?

Q 15.

Write a brief note on Bharatiya Janata Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party.

Q 16.

What are the two major Questions that come to ones mind when we talk about political parties?

Q 17.

Write a brief note on the Indian national congress.