06 Feb Republicans V.S. Democrats What differentiates them? 2020 elections
2020 is an important year for everyone. The Americans elect their president in November. It is always important for the world who occupies the armchair of the Oval office, but after a few years extremely convulsed with Trump, this is even more important. Now, what differentiates Republicans from Democrats? Is it true that the Democrats are the left and the Republicans the right? Miguel Ángel Temprano makes a review of the history, bases and political ideals of the two super parties that will soon face the popular vote, in a convulsive climate, loaded with unexpected turns and geopolitical pressures.
The parties function as mobilizing platforms for votes and fundraising for the candidates chosen for each election, be it local, state or national.
There is a general idea that would differentiate one party from another, but whose ideological line of separation is often invaluable, and is the decentralization of power.
The structure of each party is very atomized, reaching local committees, in most cases without hierarchical dependence on the national party. These committees that are responsible for ensuring the necessary electoral platform so that those who freely want to present themselves in order to be candidates for election by the party, can do so.