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Who holds the decision-making power in a communist-run nation?

A. the nation’s president

B. the voters

C. the Communist Party

D. an elected legislature

I would go for C, but not sure, might be A too.. thanks!

  • Government -

    the Communist Party holds the decision making power.

    ur correct

  • Government -

    I vote for C also.

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