Under the bill, the Lokpal can be removed only through a process of impeachment that will require at least a two-thirds’ vote in the Legislative Assembly
The Lokpal has been left in the lurch. Who is to blame? Just about everybody who claimed to be in the Bill’s favour
Watch this space to catch up with Open’s coverage on the Lokpal Bill debate and the anti-corruption movement.
If it doesn’t work in theory, how is it ever going to work in practice? So asks Prashant Reddy
The manner in which the Food Security Bill has been passed by the Cabinet is at least as problematic as the debate over the Lokpal Bill
The confrontation between Team Anna and the Government is set to continue beyond this Bill. Meanwhile, they both need to acknowledge the blame they deserve for its drawbacks
In their zest for Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement, people forgot to find out what he really stands for