Rules HSWP document, which can be altered by the party congress. The Party Rules contain sections on regulations for admission into the HSWP, the organizational structure of the party, the principles of democratic centralism, the role of the Basic Organization, the tasks of the party in state and mass organizations, and membership dues.
see political party
an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
a big organization Tom
a formidable organization and he is a shrewd political strategist
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office by supplying them with a label
an active organism
a non-traditional organization designed to operate in an electoral setting in which the majority of the voters choose representatives who can then legislate on behalf of the voters
an organisation aspiring to administer public political power on behalf of a social class (even though it may enjoy support in only a part of that class)
an organization which nominates a slate of candidates so that the minimum of two candidates should be required
a registered organisation that is listed in the registry of parties controlled by the Ministry of Justice
a school of political thought and consequently an organisation of struggle
a voluntary organisation, a democratic institution
A group of persons with common political opinions and purposes, organized for gaining political influence and governmental control, and for directing government policy.
In politics, "party" means a group of people who share the same opinions, and who come together in order to get elected and form a government.
an organization of like-minded individuals that wishes to recruit appealing candidates, win elections, operate the machinery of government and influence public policy. Political parties exist at the local, state and national levels of government.
An organization or contact with which a company communicates or does business.