Characteristic features and signs of totalitarian regimes

• the cult of the leader.
• the only political party that merges with the state apparatus and is a state within a state.
• propaganda of a single ideology for the whole society and prevention of other points of view, except for the officially accepted one.
• full control over the social and political life of the country.
• transformation of information organs into an instrument of party propaganda.
• creation of concentration camps and tougher penalties for any criticism of the regime.
• the use of extrajudicial persecution and repression under the guise of fighting internal enemies and agents of foreign states.
• introduction of emergency laws.
• the transformation of trade unions into state organizations that serve as a means of mobilization for the implementation of the tasks set by the party.
• transformation of law enforcement structures into punitive party bodies.
• propaganda of a privately contrived external threat and a policy of isolating the country from the rest of the world.
• militarization of the economy.

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