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date: 02 April 2020

one-party state (in China) 

Source:
A Dictionary of Politics and International Relations in China
Author(s):

Chris Ogden

A political system in which only a single political party is able to form the country’s government, with all other political entities being either banned or having limited participation. The term can apply to a multi-party democratic system whereby one party is highly dominant over all others. China is a one-party state due to the virtual inseparability of the ... ...

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