one-party

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Adj.1.one-party - determined by a single party
unilateral, one-sided - involving only one part or side; "unilateral paralysis"; "a unilateral decision"
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one-party

[ˌwʌnˈpɑːtɪ] ADJ [state etc] → de partido único
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Why did Moi, back in 1991, when permitting a return to multiparty elections - after a decade of the single-party state - retain the imperial presidency more or less intact?
The EPRDF, by contrast, turned Ethiopia into a de facto single-party state.
Opposition leader Henrique Capriles urged Venezuelans to protest against an assembly that critics fear will effectively create a single-party state.
Since the structure of the single-party state has remained virtually intact since reunification in 1976 under the rule of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), it is tempting to conclude that no significant political change has occurred.
The NCF pointed that the Roadmap Agreement brokered by the African Union is inconsistent with its declared position regarding the national dialogue, stressing its rejection to any dialogue that doesn't lead to dismantling the single-party state and to establish a civil and democratic state.
The twice-a-decade meeting sets the direction for the single-party state for the coming five years.
Before its merger with the north in 1990, South Yemen was a Communist, single-party state.
Politically, Florida is a single-party state, with Republicans enjoying near complete institutional dominance.
Upon gaining independence it became a single-party state under the presidency of Hastings Banda, who remained president until 1994, when he was ousted from power.
Not surprisingly, perhaps, the nation is willing to use its nuclear know-how as a bargaining tool in negotiations with other countries, a tendency that often frustrates and confounds those attempting to negotiate with the single-party state.
In these terms, Syria is currently considered a single-party state.
Egypt has changed since the circus began in 1966: it went from nationalisation to privatisation, and from a single-party state to a struggling democracy.

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