National and Regional Consultation on Electoral Reforms

Posted in DEMOCRACY, ELECTION LAW by NNLRJ INDIA on December 16, 2010
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Any suggestions on electoral reforms may be sent latest by 6th February, 2011, at e-mail address or by post addressed to:-

Dr. Sanjay Singh,
Joint Secretary and Legislative Counsel,
Room. No. 423 A-Wing, 4th Floor.
Ministry of Law and Justice,
Legislative Department,
Shastri Bhawan,
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road,
New Delhi-110001 .

Constitution of Core Committee on Electoral Reforms

Decision of the Core Committee to hold One National Consultation and Seven Regional Consultations.

Background Paper on Electoral Reforms


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  1. abhinav mukhi said, on December 16, 2010 at 22:41

    if mr a raja had tried to threaten or influence the madras high court judge reghupathy then why didnt he took the matter to central vigilance commission or to anti corruption bureau then it self why did he wrote to cji.why is it so that after revealing of the scam(2g spectrum)all the things are now coming judge the credibility of cji would be pointing fingers on credibility of the supreme court of balakrishnan in his tenure has given many land mark judgments and to judge his credibility would be creating a doubt in the mind of people regarding supreme court judgments.

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