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What are the related effects of political parties on the governing process?

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2012-12-14 12:31:06
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Zana Kh. Gulmohamad

Political parties have a significant impact in forming the government. Political parties aim to influence governments, particularly in countries which have democratic systems. For the last century political parties have been involved in forming and establishing governments in many countries . Here the focus is on the effect of political parties on the governing process in liberal democratic countries because in many ways they represent the power of the people. Although there are different views to what extent the political parties represent the people.

However, political parties have an influence on the government's decisions and behaviour. The political parties have effects on government process through various channels such as parliament, mass media, its members, branch and organisations, party conferences, and people's ideologies. The latter can be effective in situations such as people demonstrations, protest...ect

The impact of political parties on the governing process also depends on the political systems of the country such as the institutions ..ect. In countries where one party wins the election they form the government and they implement their program. In a coalition government which involve more then one political party the situation is much more complicated. Thus, the political parties have to agree on a program which can be adopted.

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