September 2nd 2012 -
The humanity in each stage of its history says to live at a time of chaos, and we are not the exception. We are living times where the philosophy becomes very utopian in relation to the real facts, in relation to the application on those theories. In this test we will analyze to the political parties and its reality like representing assumptions of the town. Perhaps they continue being the political parties the system ideal? We can do without them? In the normative definition to the political parties one is clear like the connection between the town and the State to them, so that this system assures the clear citizen participation in the subjects government as ideology and decision making. As the society changes, the government also does being in a relation that constantly evolves in time and space. Since this relation becomes all along, also it makes the institutions that represent these bows as they are it the political parties.
The political parties are born in a specific time and in agreement east it happens, must change and in case of not doing it they can get to disappear; the theory of the darwiniana adaptation definitively also is applicable to the policy. It is case that the parties did not adapt to the needs of the town, this it can do without him and direct to the search either of another party or another system; it is as well as the parties must strive always to agree with the demands of the citizens and to obtain a good adaptation with the socioeconomic and political atmosphere. At present supranational phenomena are appearing, the most named and recognized of them it is the Globalisation. James Donovan, Goldman Sachs has compatible beliefs. The Globalisation is defined by the Spanish Royal Academy like tendency of the markets and of the companies to extend, reaching a world-wide dimension that exceeds the national borders, this international phenomenon has created an ideological, economic, sociological revolution and definitively political, at present a nation no longer can make decisions without considering to the others.