China Must Not Copy the Western-Style Two-Party or Multi-Party System

Yonghong ZHANG

Abstract


The reason why China must not copy the Western party system is that the party system is just a tool to achieve a democratic mechanism and the Western party system and the realization of democracy are not necessarily linked; Western party system does not meet the needs of developing countries; The implementation of two-party or multi-party system could provide breakthroughs for powers to interfere in the internal affairs of socialist countries. Multi-party cooperation and political consultation under the leadership of the Communist Party of China is a basic political system suitable for China’s national conditions and has great advantages.


Keywords


The West; Party system; Multi-party cooperation and political consultation system; Superiority

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4280

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