In the politics of the People’s Republic of China, the central people’s Government forms one of the three interlocking branches of power and the others are Communist Party of China and the People’s Liberation Army. The People’s Republic of China has The State Council as the chief authority.
Since the end of the Civil War in 1949, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has ruled the country and has a pyramid of power which has access to every village and workplace. Some other systems of government are:-
Unitary State: –A Unitary state is a state governed as a single power in which the central government is the ultimate supreme commander where all administrative divisions exercise only the powers that the central government chooses to delegate.
Republic: –Under this aspect the country is considered as a “Public Matter”. Republic also ensures that with the matter being of public concern it should not be in any way concerning privately or property of the rulers. There is no inheritance of Primary Positions.
Socialist state: –It’s also a Socialist republic which refers worker’s state or worker’s republic. Also refers to any state that is constitutionally dedicated to socialism establishment.
Communist State: – This state is usually administered and governed by a single party which represents proletariat. This state is nourished by Marxist-Leninist philosophy, with the aim set to achieve communism.
-China is a largest country in the world in terms of population and it is a nation of growing economic and political importance in global affairs. However, it is a political system rivalled in its opacity only by the government of North Korea. China pretends to be a multi-party state by technically permitting a limited number of other political parties. There have been eight registered minor parties existed before 1950. These parties formally accept the leadership of Communist Party of China (CPC), and their activities are directed by the United Front Work Department of the CPC.