Transformation of political system is an essential aspect of social transition; in modern times such transformation has also been the occasion of numerous conflicts. In modern societies political systems have always mutated in step with social changes. Various social strata, classes, professional groups, political forces, ideologies and so on may fundamentally disagree with each other on questions of whether, how, to what extent and at what time a change should be implemented. Thus the transition process will certainly give rise to serious conflicts, especially so when the changes touch the real core of a system. From the perspective of modernization it is quite natural to expect constant confrontation between traditional and modern groups, and between traditional and modern cultures: there is so great a divergence between traditional and modern politics that a new system can stabilize only after a long period of correlation and mutual adaptation.