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1. What are the pros and cons of a coalition Govt. ?
2.Is democracy in India sucessfull.. if not who is responsible ?
3. How was laungauge policy a challenge to India federation ?
4. What are the problems with coalition Govt.

Asked by Sekhor Sukla Baidya, 19 May '09 06:08 pm
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Pros:
1) Unilateral decision on sensitive issues averted
2) Barring core issues all other irritant issues set aside, Like Ram Mandir in NDA period
cons:
1) Demand from coalition partners irritate the main partner
2)They have to succumb to the partners even in core issues,like the nuclear deal

Yes Democracy in India is a successful one.Our voters cast their votes in a judicious manner on many occasions. They reject the hate politics when unleashed like the one against Dr Man Mohan Singh by BJP in the current election, or The Parties with double standard like the CPM and corrupt ones like Prakash Sigh Badal and cheer the honest like Nithish Kumar and Naveen Patnaik.

There is no threat until you do not force a language to the other. In the changing scenario letting the languages as it is is the call of the day. ...more
Answered by Josna, 19 May '09 07:08 pm

 
  
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Coalition government being a government of more than two parties coming together on certain agenda, there is a group of people deciding on the policies of the government, specially a committee. This brings ideas from different coalition partners and helps in getting good ideas.
Coalition being a group, sometimes, it becomes difficult to satisfy all the coalition partners and
Answered by Francisco, 19 May '09 06:15 pm

 
  
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