What are the rights of the citizens in dictatorship?
Citizens have no rights under a dictatorship.
In a dictatorship the citizens don’t have rights. They are told what to do, where to live. In Stalin’s Russia if he wanted a person with a particular skill he would send his state police to go get them. Often they were never seen again. In the 1990’s in Romania to have a typewriter a person needed government permission.
A dictatorship usually results in the repression of citizens' rights, the minimization of social development, and an aggregation of resources to the dictator. Dictators also have a tendency to be more militaristic than democratic leaders, which can lead to increased instability both domestically and in neighboring countries.
In a dictatorship, people do not have any power. In a democracy, there is an equal amount of power. In a dictatorship, you would not have any rights to say something against the dictator. In general, you don't have much of ANY rights at all in a dictatorship. In a democracy, we have TONS of rights! I can't think of another reason...check out wikipedia or something!
What is the form of government in which a one-party dictatorship tries to regulate every aspect of the lives of its citizens?
Benign dictatorship - Where the government is unelected but still provides social services to its citizens. Totalitarianism - Where there is an official ideology, citizens are expected to get involved in government projects etc.. Authoritarianism - Where the government is secretive and oppresses the masses.