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How India Votes–Election Laws, Practice and Procedure

How India Votes–Election Laws, Practice and Procedure

Author : V S Rama Devi & S K Mendiratta

ISBN : 9789350358672



BINDING : Hardcover



• The revised edition provides detailed information on the practices and procedures relating to elections to the offices of the President and Vice- President, the Indian Parliament and State Legislatures • Thoroughly revised and updated to include all relevant case law as well as legislative changes made to the law of elections • Comprehensive commentary covering all aspects of the Indian electoral system such as: - Composition of Parliament, State Legislatures - The Election Commission–Functions, Disciplinary Control over election machinery - Delimitation of Constituencies - Qualifications and Disqualifications for Membership of Parliament and State Legislatures - Political Parties and Election Symbols - Counting of Votes - Election Disputes • Contains numerous legislative and statutory developments since the publication of last edition to ensure that the latest position of law on various aspects is reflected in the book • Changes introduced by the Election Laws (Amendment) Act, 2016 have been critically analyzed • Contains latest position of law on various aspects such as: - Imposition of recent President’s rule in the States of Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, - Right to vote by post of a member who is critically ill, - Term of office of member of state legislative assembly - Non-application of Tenth Schedule to the Constitution to voting at elections to State Legislative Councils by Members of State Legislative Assemblies - Custody of Election Material - No Further Delimitation Till 2031 - Post Reorganization Delimitation in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana • Cited in numerous Supreme Court and High Court Judges/ Practitioners, the book is a must have for Law Practitioners, Judges, Election Commission Officials, Law Students, Faculty, Journalists, Advisors to Politicians, Election Commission of India and State Election Commissions Libraries, Judicial Academies, Libraries, Municipal Corporations, Political Parties, Civil Society Organizations and more

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