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Eysan went on to maintain that China's rapid economic development meant its one-party model couldn't be seen as repressive.
In 1982, this debate was revisited in response to the crisis of one-party dictatorship, whose hallmarks were terror, torture, detention, silence, fear and ruin.
The group said the one-party move would amount to a violation of the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (ARCISS) signed in August 2015 by President Salva Kiir and the SPLM-IO's chairman, Riek Machar.
But Scottish Labour this week suggested we should be up there with North Korea when they described us as living in a one-party state.
The highest percentage in favor of one-party government was 38% in 2012 and the highest in favor of divided government was 36% in 2005.
When you look at Massachusetts on various issues, that one-party state does not look so bad.
Co-opting the business community enables party elders to quiet any threat to one-party rule.
Peter Hain needs to remember that we want to move towards a democratic future here in Wales and not fall back into some socialist one-party state.
It is nothing more than a cynical move by the Labour Party to try and cement a one-party system here in Wales.
Obama even knowing the result may be one-party rule.
The tactics described in these books, particularly One-Party Nation, seem to fall into four categories that call for different kinds of responses:
Empirical evidence does not support Barbara Boxer's statement that Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are doing well in opposing a one-party system.
We will all have group meetings in the next couple of days and I would like to see a one-party cabinet instead of the mixed party cabinet we have at the moment,' said Coun Humphrey.
ITEM: On April 14, 2004, the New York Times published a report by Michael Wines expressing fear that African National Congress leader Thabo Mbeki's expected re-election victory might result in "an extended detour toward one-party rule.
Its laws and institutions still seem to fit the habits and priorities of a crusty, backward one-party state.