Political Party Case Study

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B.) Political Party as a factor that facilitated the Political Development of Southeast Asian Countries Political party is an organization of devoted individuals who hold comparable political theories and ideologies to accomplish a certain objectives. Its most essential function is recruiting candidates for open office. To put it plainly, a political party must work to recruit contenders for every single elected offices. Consolidation of power over Singapore under Lee Kuan Yew made People 's Action Party to be a stable and dominant party. This clever man launched programs and policies not just for its people 's benefit, but, as well as for its regime to solidifies state control. According to Priscilla Goy 's article, The awards,…show more content…
In, Malaysia, UMNO faced different challenges that is mostly regarding its dominance, just like the Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad 's political reform, to disregard the immunitry given to the rulers to escape prosecution. Another is the1969 ethnic riots due to the rise of oppositions weakened UMNO 's regime, in which led to the decline of the alliance between Malayan Chinese Association (MCA), As a result, the government seeked for a political reform to prevent another ethnic demonstration and for the opposition to not increase its power. Moreover, inorder for UMNO to have a further coalition, the alliance was converted into National Front. But despite the challenges, United Malays National Organization (UMNO) remained dominant and stable. For Malays, UMNO adopted their culture, ambition and beliefs that 's why people are supporting them. In addition, UMNO was converted itself into a huge business conglomerate with assets of corporations. Both the opposition and allied parties in the Front does not have any access to the funds. Aside from that, compared to other country’s political party, UMNO is a highly institutionalized party because of its strong influence over its people.Then later on, UMNO transformed into UMNO Baru, with a perception of retaining the country’s…show more content…
Since the Laos is a communist party under the Lao People 's Decmocratic Republic (LPDR), it is argued that all the power has been monopolized by LPRP. There are internal and external factors like Vietnam 's strong influence to Laos ' political realm that led to the instability of the ruling party. An elite division between the Pathet Lao, a pro communist movement, and the Royal Lao, who allied with US for its policy of containment against communism, both of them gained equal strength that made the situation worst. But later on, the pro-royalist group were eliminated that resulted to the solidification
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