The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was an association of at least 15 republics forming a socialist state that existed from 1922 until 1991. The Russian Federation, which is a replacement of the socialist nation, is regarded as the Russian Administration. The Russian Federation and the Soviet Republic display an array of variations that have denoted political changes in Eurasia over the years.
The Soviet Republic observed a single party system headquartered in Moscow, Russia. Amid the existence of a solitary political system in the Soviet Republic, the Communist Party established a committee that facilitated all decision-making processes. Conversely, Umland holds that the Russian Federation is a multiparty structure that has a parliament, which establishes laws in the country. However, it appears that Russian legislators have no considerable influence on policies established in this country due to the influence of its presidency.
Moreover, the Soviet Republic upholds socialism as an important aspect of development. As such, the Communist Party influences populations in 15 republics to embrace socialist ideas and values as a way of promoting the state’s prosperity. On the contrary, the Russian Federation upholds capitalist principles instead of socialist standards that have existed in the Soviet Union for years. According to Umland, the embracement of capitalist values has seen leaders in the Russian Federation embezzle public resources in their efforts to control factors of production for selfish gains. Therefore, party systems and political ideologies adopted in the Russian Federation differ from the ones embraced in the Soviet Republic based on various issues raised above.