Op-ed: India’s Embattled Democracy
By 31 May 2018
Lawmakers from India's main opposition protests in Bangalore, India in May (photo credit: Abhishek N.Chinnappa/Reuters)
India stood apart in the developing world as a country where the Constitution served as the basis for the operations of the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. But it has taken just four years of the Bharatiya Janata Party government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the country to realize how fragile that achievement was, how close it has come to being subverted.
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