Two recent, and rare, Op-Eds celebrating rather than berating our politicians (Shekhar Gupta) and our constitutional institutions (Jaithirth Rao) make interesting reading. In this context, readers may also be interested in this earlier post on this blog; Arun Shourie’s lament that excellent parliamentary debates are ignored by the media; Carol Harlow’s excellent article ‘Popular Law and Popular Justice‘; and Adam Tomkin’s article ‘In defence of the political constitution‘.
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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