Definition of a Political Institution?


Political institution is an organization charged with the creation, enforcement and application of a government's laws. The institutions are intended to mediate during conflict and formulate governmental policies.
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Political institutions are organizations which create, enforce, and apply laws; that mediate conflict; make (governmental) policy on the economy and social systems; and otherwise
Political institutions are very important for regular running of a country's government's duties without a failure. For example, a person rules a state and he resigns from his post
"Political will" refers to the fact that when passing any law there may be some political cost as the law may upset some people and please others. "Political will"
Political institutions consist of groups such as political parties, trade unions,
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