Push button parliament–why India needs a non-partisan, recorded vote system
Decisions of national importance are made by Parliamentary voting. Yet Indian Members of Parliament (MPs) vote with a remarkable lack of freedom and accountability. The introduction of the Tenth Schedule in the Constitution has crippled free expression, since it provides that MPs voting against ‘any...
Universidad del Rosario
India, recorded votes, anti-defection, political parties, comparative constitutional law, parliamentary procedure, division, voice-votes, Tenth Schedule, accountability.
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