When India becomes the world’s first democracy, we will be at a crossroads
India is a democracy now, but it is not yet a nation.
A lot can change over the next two years, including the makeup of the government, the composition of its Cabinet, the way it treats its citizens and the way its parliamentarians and the courts work.
For now, the Indian Constitution is the best we have.
We will be in a position to decide if we want to stay or leave, said a government source in New Delhi, speaking on condition of anonymity.
We have already made our own choices.
The country is not quite there yet.
The biggest challenge to India’s progress in the last 50 years has been its political system, which was made for one party and one set of rules and has often led to corruption and a lack of accountability.
It is still in the early stages, with a constitution, rules and elections in 2020.
The next few years will be critical, however, in determining whether India can become a more democratic nation.
The new constitution, set for ratification by the country’s legislature in 2019, will have to be amended to deal with changes in the political environment.
It will have the support of the opposition.
India is in a transition phase, said Sudhir Maitra, a law professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University.
But for now, we are in the beginning of the process of democratic governance.
It has been a long process, and the government and opposition are not yet in agreement.
The debate on the new constitution has already been going on for more than a year.
The first draft, which India’s Supreme Court approved in 2016, called for the elimination of hereditary monarchy, and replaced it with a presidential system that would be based on meritocracy.
A few weeks ago, the opposition’s Rajya Sabha voted for a resolution in the Lok Sabha calling for an overhaul of the Constitution, which is not expected to be ratified before 2020.
We want to have a constitution that will be more democratic, which will be closer to the country in many ways, said Jagdish Sharma, the lawyer and founder of the All India Progressive Lawyers Association.
The opposition has called for amendments that would address issues like political parties and the role of women, while the government has said that the Constitution will remain the bedrock of India’s democratic institutions.
The Indian Constitution was amended in 1999, by a general election, and was ratified by Parliament in 2004.
In 2011, the then prime minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, won an election and was sworn in.
The constitution is not the only issue.
India’s courts have also been the subject of much criticism.
In a landmark ruling in 2015, the Supreme Court upheld the conviction of former chief justice Jyotiraditya Scindia for alleged contempt of court for ordering the killing of a senior journalist.
The court said it was important to have independent judges because India was in a transitional period.
However, a new batch of high-profile judges was appointed in June and the judges have been widely criticised for ignoring the findings of the independent inquiry into the 2009 Mumbai attacks that left 166 people dead.
This has led to calls for the resignation of the countrys highest court.
I am confident that in a democracy, justice will be served.
In the absence of a political system in India, the country can’t rely on the courts to rule, said Ashok Singhal, a constitutional law professor from Jawahathas Law College, an independent institution.
The Constitution has been amended for two decades to include new amendments and, according to Singhal’s calculations, will be amended again by the end of 2020.
It would be a challenge for India to change its constitution again.
It also has to be made easier for citizens to participate in the country, Singhal said.
India has seen political instability in recent years.
At the beginning, the Modi government had no political opposition and had no real opposition from any party, according the former government official who spoke to The Hindu.
But since May 2016, when the Modi-led BJP took power, there have been many political parties in the opposition, including some in the Congress party, that have sought to weaken the country and its institutions.
This has led the opposition to say that the country needs a new constitution.
In the end, the debate will come down to the Supreme Courts.
The Supreme Court will have a very important role in determining how India is governed, said Gopal Subramaniam, a professor at Jawahamuni University and a former Supreme Court judge.
The decision on whether to grant the constitution is likely to be taken by the Constitutional Court, which would have a significant say in whether India becomes a democracy.
India’s Constitution is a milestone for India.
It was created to help people live better lives.
It ensures that people get equal opportunities, according Subramon, who has written extensively on the