comparison] Link, horse, king? What is the job function email list difference between the factional operation of the Kuomintang and the DPP? 2022/02/09 ,Comment TNL Feature TNL Feature TNL Feature The editors of the Critical Review Network invite experts to write special articles, and readers are welcome to participate in the discussion. What we want you to know is Looking back at the New Party, the
People's First Party, and the Taiwan Federation, it was actually the result of the Kuomintang's "factional departure" at the time. Although the DPP's factional lines were clearer on the books, there was almost no "big faction pulling people away". event. From the similarities and differences in the operation of the blue-green factions, we can also see the differences in the nature of the political parties between the Kuomintang and the DPP. Text: Chen Jinfang Power is scarce, and what politics focuses on is the value distribution of power. This is the first lesson of political science. Regardless of any polity or group, how to unite the support of the largest number of people to gain power, exercise power and stabilize the power base is the number one issue.
Therefore, it is normal for a country to have political parties and factions within a political party. To want "no party outside the party, no faction within the party" is a fool's dream. Even the Communist parties of various countries that claim to be "democratic centralism" cannot exempt the party from the party. The problem of intra-factional confrontation. The composition of factions is mostly based on non-institutional factors, including the blood relationship, background, promoters and resource providers of faction members. Therefore, the similarities and differences between factions and political parties are that apart from the fact that political parties operate openly, factions are mostly operated privately. In addition, political parties usually have platforms and policies, while factions usually do not have a clear platform. In addition to non-institutional factors, institutional factors such as the