What are advantages disadvantages of multi-party system?

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A one-party system is formed when a single political party makes up the entirety of a government system. Advantages of this system are less political posturing in government, and a high level of satisfaction with civilian members of that political party. Disadvantages are a lack of voice for opposing political parties, and a lack of balance in laws, especially those governing civil rights.
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