/pour. communis - common, universal
Regimes relying on the ideology of communism caused death over
100 million people
A socio-political system whose characteristic is the establishment of a monopoly of the power of the communist party, whose leaders are charismatic and surrounds with official worship. This is accompanied by the nationalization of all or basic branches of production. The economy is managed in a centralized way.
Maintaining the power of the party apparatus and incapacitating the society is served by an extensive system of violence and complete subordination of the mass media of the communist ideology.