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Introduction There are three primary criteria upon which the political parties are classified. There are fifteen different types of political party species across the globe. Upon the numerous kind of party, there exist challenges among people in understanding the primary difference that exists between the existing parties ( Gunther, R., & Diamond, L. 2013). Based on the organization of the parties, there is a privilege enshrined in the parties’ classification dimension. To efficiently classify and bring the difference that exists between the fifteen political parties; biology borrowed knowledge will sufficiently help to group the parties into genus that encompasses political party species. The genera include the elite-based, ethnicity based, mass-based, movement-based party, and electoral parties. The rising of a political party into either of the genus stated above is controlled by the context of either social or technology the keep on changing from time to time. Elite parties The elite class of political parties is those parties that have a well-formed network within a given geographical location. This type of parties has a well established interpersonal network and principle organizational structure. The feature that the parties in this category possess bring out the primary difference in the party. For the Elite parties that are locally based, a national level structure sets the basis upon which the difference among the parties exists. When these parties are considered, there exists no similarity between them in programmatic terms. At the bottom level within the party, the resident of a particular geographical area that defines the constituency are involved in the commitment of the electoral principal and the distribution of particulate benefits. In this type of party, there is non-existence of ambitions. When considering collaboration with other parties, the elite party is more tolerant within a given political regime.
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