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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Fresh off a clean sweep in the Senate elections on Sunday, a ruling party spokesman and newly elected senator yesterday espoused the benefits of one-party rule in Cambodia, pointing to the example of chief patron China while glossing over longstanding concerns about the superpower's human rights record.
Kenya would adopt a one-party dictatorship and abandon multiparty democracy.
June 4, 2016 (JUBA) -- The Sudan People's Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO), said it would not accept a one-party nomination of the speaker of the would-be transitional national legislative assembly in the country.
THERE are seven one-party states in the world today.
Professor Denko Maleski in Sloboden Pecat explains that the new generation of VMRO-DPMNE with their new national ideology is a continuance of the one-party movement which accomplished the impossible: created one-party ruling system in conditions of party pluralism
It would also limit the scope for one-party fiefdoms.
Currently, 30% say it is better to have a one-party government, 28% say a divided government is better, and the highest percentage, 37%, say it makes no difference.
Telegram & Gazette political cartoonist David Hitch seems to have an issue with Massachusetts being a one-party state, but if it were a Republican one-party state, he would have an issue.
These nine essays include a close look at enduring one-party dominance, a framework for analysis; an overview of African party systems; analyses of Namibia, South Africa, and Tanzania (enduring one-party systems) and Zambia, Mali, and Senegal (sites where the one-party system did not endure); and reasons for the longevity (or not) of the system.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Al-Iraqiya's spokesman Haidar al-Mulla said today that "the attempt of Premier Nouri al-Maliki to establish a new dictatorship and the power of the one-party government will hinder convening the national conference".
Rather than a force for change, the emerging Chinese middle class might be a force for stability, preserving communist one-party rule.
It is nothing more than a cynical move by Labour to try to cement a one-party system here in Wales.