The Coalition Theorem

The Coalition Theorem

Tiruchchirāppalli : India | Apr 11, 2009 at 12:09 AM PDT
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Now the decisive time has come which will decide the future of India not only for the next five years but beyond that. "The General Elections", the only but powerful weapon of the common men, but the evolution of 'Coalition Theorem' has made them less powerful!

Because of our diversity there are so many representative parties in India. I don't think there are so many differences in the political manifestos of different parties. But since we vote the people for their culture, language, religion; and not for their ideas, worthiness, sincerity. This ultimately leads to Coalition Government. Though coalition can be the best representation of people but the coalition theorem which always changes is not justified.

The coalition of those parties who are rivals and who get vote because the people don't want others. In some places where because of the seat-sharing politics, the able candidates are not given opportunity to get the fruit of their work and they have to ask people for voting others who may separate themselves just after few months. Now how this can be the proper representation of the people?

Since we have proper rules and regulations for almost everything, we should have strict rules for the Coalition Case also. Because coalition in its present form is not promising for a better future of India and it can't represent Democracy.

kvishwanathr is based in Tiruchchirāppalli, Tamil Nadu, India, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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