On china they resolved that problem, the other parties on the country besides the CPC (that are supposed to represent the other classes in the country besides the ploretarian) have the right to participate, but in the end they aways need the permition of the CPC to do anything.
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I used to have a problem with a ´one party state´ until I got into communism. While it's important to have things like Unions present in the government, I see no big problems with a one party state in a communist country. It actually makes more sense than six or seven (or twenty in my home country) parties. If the one party represents the people, what should the other ones do in order to be different?
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I agree. Preferably, I'd have no party at all. I just don't like the concept of a political party. But I recognize the utility in them. And a one party state is perfectly fine. It doesn't inhibit freedom or democracy. Either have that or have multiple parties but only allow communist ones...though the utility of that may be questionable. Multiple communist parties in a country just tend to encourage division, as normal parties do.