The NCPRI has now made public its alternative proposals outlining the measures needed to tackle corruption. Further details are available here, here and here. There are many substantive differences between these proposals and the Jan Lokpal Bill – I have only gone through them cursorily so far, and am waiting for more details to emerge, but it appears that the NCPRI proposals are much more nuanced, potentially more effective, and more respectful of constitutional norms and democratic propriety.
Professor Tarunabh Khaitan is a Professor of Public Law & Legal Theory and the Vice Dean at the Faculty of Law, Oxford. He is also a Professor and Future Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He is the founding General Editor of the Indian Law Review and the founder & Chief Advisor of the Junior Faculty Forum for Indian Law Teachers.
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