Elections are one of the crucial events, which can change the ‘fate’ of any country. Elections and the results could place a party in the government, and they could carry out positive actions and elevate their country in various aspects, while at the other end could carry out negative actions and derail it. In any case, the role of parties or if specifically said, multi-parties are very important for the well being of the country and also for apt governance. However, in the case of China, it is a single party rule, with no scope for multi-parties in the near future, while Peru has a thriving democracy and so has multiparty system.
The role of political parties or multi-parties in China is very limited or even non-existent. With Chinese Communist party having tight hold on the governance from the mid part of the 20th century till now, no other political party has shown signs of establishing, let alone fighting against the omnipresent Communist party. China allows limited number of non-Communist party candidates to stand in the elections for Township’s People Congress, which is the only direct elections in China, but that number is very minimal and also their chance of winning is also very less. Apart from the Township’s People Congress, Chinese citizens can’t vote in any of the upper level elections, including in the selection of members for National level Congress, which only further decides the Head of State. So, with the Chinese citizens having no power to select their President, Prime