The Elections Act gives the ECP blanket powers to address the post-poll situation.
Although largely accurate, the electoral rolls are not free from flaws.
The 22nd Amendment should hopefully ensure that the ECP is staffed with those with the relevant competence.
Not one government has passed effective legislation to deter corruption and allied crimes.
The kind of money that has crept into politics is evident from the parliamentarians’ declarations of assets
Discrepancies in voter population across and within provinces reinforce the need for new delimitation.
A deeper analysis of election statistics for 2013 unfolds many disturbing facts.
The provinces have shied away from devolving power to the local level.
The ECP’s failure lay in letting the executive off the hook even when it clearly defied the rules of the game.
Many countries have given up the use of electronic voting machines.
MORE than two-thirds of almost 814 million voters turned out to vote in the latest Indian election. The political...