provide an example of a political party performing in the following role: nominating, informing and activating, serving as a bonding agent, governing and serving as a watch dog
The most famous example of this occurring in history would be the rise of the Nazi party within 1930s Germany. The first issue of nominating a leader led to the appointing of Hitler as their spokesperson and de facto head of the party. As for informing and activating, this took the form of protests, marches, speeches, and the violent suppression of political opponents, particularly socialist groups.
As for bonding agents, the use of antisemitism, nationalist pride, military fervor, and social progression were used to create popular support for the group. Finally their election into power led to them manipulating the German government and political system to create a dictatorship, which they then used to create an environment where all opponents were executed or imprisoned.
Groups such as the SS and Gestapo were also established or developed to perform as a watchdog of the people, ensuring that dissent and protests were practically non existent.