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Should india adopt a democracy of two parties only?? since even a smallest party can be some time in a role of kingmaker and crores of rupees are being used in horsetrading?

Asked by Alpesh Kumar, 09 Dec '08 12:56 pm
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It would be more disasterous if two party system comes into place because they would be in monopoly stage and would corrupt the system more and horse trading would begin before the system election itself. Local would maynot get a chance to say anything due to party breaucracy. Hence multi party is the best option in democracy as parties would do their best to appease the local citizens hence their attention would be for more development of every area. It would be much interesting if any party vouch for eradicating corruption alone. It would serve our purpose better in democracy.
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 09 Dec '08 01:04 pm

 
  
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