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Poltical Parties And The Muslim Republics

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Definition of Poltical Parties:
A party means an organization or a group of people who work together. A political parties can be described as ann organized group of people with similar political aims, interest and opinions, and that organized group of person exercise political power. Political parties try to control what happens in Parliament by securing a majority of parliament members. They work together so as to introduce new laws and they alter old ones. Most countries have single-party, two-party, or multiparty systems. Political party governs the country towards progress, development, and success. The emergence of political party is an important feature of modern democracies . A ...view middle of the document...

The 3rd is Moderate or Liberal party. These parties advocate social change and freedom, and 4th is The Radical or Revolutionary party.
The main functions of political parties:
Political parties are essential for democracy. Political parties help the peoples to express their will and feelings. Political parties also give political education to the people. Political parties arouse the people’s interest in politics and give awareness about politics, especially at the time of elections. Each party tries to solve the national problems .political parties make government stable and responsible. If a political party does not work well, people will not select that party again as a result party will try to fulfill the needs of people. Political parties also play very important role as a opposition for instance, if ruling party is not working well then opposition party will critics of that party. Opposition keeps check & balance and takes the government to right path. Opposition parties also expose the mistakes and wrong policies of ruling party. Political parties produce harmony between various organs of the state. The main function of political parties is to provide a means for the organization and direction of the struggle for political power. Political parties nominate the candidates. The victorious party takes control of the government after an election, while the loser and opposition party helps to keep the public informed about governmental actions. Political parties serve as the guardian of public interest and make law & polices. Political parties explain policies & principles and approach to the burning problems of the country and mobilize the public to participate in public affairs. Parties also brings order to the process of policymaking. In addition, party alliances close the gap between the legislative and executive branches. In other words, parties play very an important role. It is hard to imagine our political system functioning as effectively without them. Parties select persons and present them as candidates for elections. Parties create a link between citizens and the political System.
Muslim League:
Muslim League In December 1906, after the annual session of All-India Mohammedan Educational Conference, All-India Muslim League comes into being exists, during a meeting presided over by Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk.The name of the Muslim League name was synonymous with freedom struggle and Muslim League was the oldest political party in Pakistan. The leaders of Muslim League were busy or interested in capturing offices or power rather than serving the nation. Their differences lead to the formation of the party. The all Pakistan Muslim League was established in 1948.Chaudhri Khaliquazzaman was elected the Chief Organiser of the party, then Liaquat Ali Khan and after Liaquat’s assassination Khwaja Nazimuddin became the president of the league. . During the Martial Law of 1958, all political parties were banned. After the Martial Law the...

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