The bipartisanism is a natural model in the United States because it integrates the unified field of the culture based on the strength of the culture nucleus.
The binary actions of democracy in bipartisan countries requires that the party that sustains the government develops the necessary active function actions to grow while the opposition develops the energy conservation functions that cover the implicit weaknesses of the government and sustain the evolution of democratic efficiency.
There are different political parties in the world. Political parties are not necessarily organized as formal institutions. Basically, from a functional point of view there are 4 types of political participative structures:
1) One-party cultures
2) Bipartisanism driven cultures
3) Dualistic political cultures
4) Multiparty cultures
The archetypes of countries define the type of democracy they have and the quantity of political parties that participate in the government. Each culture requires using a consistent model of democratic evolution.
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