How does party-based movement differ from non-party movement?
A non-partisan system differs from a single-party system in that the governing faction in a single-party system identifies itself as a party, where membership might provide benefits not available to non-members. A single-party government often requires government officials to be members of the party, features a complex party hierarchy as a key institution of government, forces citizens to agree to a partisan ideology and may enforce its control over the government by making all other parties illegal. Members of a non-partisan government may not share any ideologies. Various communist nations such as China or Cuba are single-party nations although the Members of Parliament are not elected as party candidates.