Definition of partocracy in English:

partocracy

noun

Politics
historical
  • Government or rule by a single political party without opposition; totalitarianism; specifically government by the Communist Party in Russia and the Soviet Union (1917–91). Also (collectively): the people constituting such a government.

Origin

1960s. From part- + -ocracy, probably after Russian partokratija.

Pronunciation

partocracy

/pɑːˈtɒkrəsi/