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Post by Seva Lamberdar on Wed Apr 03, 2019 8:19 am

There is a very serious drawback currently in the Indian elections, such as the political parties (coalitions) not declaring officially beforehand the names of their prime ministerial candidates (potential prime ministers), which results in the public participating in the parliamentary elections without having any clue about the next Govt. leader (prime minister) or who should be picked by voters, as the best choice, to lead the nation after the elections.

The easiest way for voters to ensure accountability, openness and best results in the parliamentary elections is to have the political parties (including the opposition coalition) declare officially beforehand (before the election) the name of their potential Govt. leader (potential prime minister) in case the political party or coalition comes out with majority of seats in the parliament after the election.

Needless to say, if a certain political party or coalition does not announce the name of its potential Govt. leader (prime minister) before the parliamentary elections, the voters should avoid voting in elections for candidates running under the banner of that party / coalition, so that it does not lead to an accidental prime minister in whose favor no voter had cast vote directly in the parliamentary election as potential prime minister and about whom the voters had no opportunity beforehand to scrutinize and judge as their next prime minister.
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Post by Seva Lamberdar on Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:00 am

Related Ref.:

"What enhances the accountability and transparency in the choice for prime minister in the British parliamentary elections?" (Subhash C. Sharma:  Feb. 12, 2014):  

http://creative.sulekha.com/what-enhances-the-accountability-and-transparency-in-the-choice-for-prime-minister-in-the-british-parliamentary-elections_614339_blog
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Post by Seva Lamberdar on Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:08 am

"Arch rivals Mulayam Singh (SP chief), Mayawati (BSP chief) share stage in UP's Mainpuri" (April 19, 2019): https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/nation/arch-rivals-mulayam-singh-mayawati-share-stage-in-up-s-mainpuri/760706.html

>>> Sharing the stage for leaders and making an alliance by the political parties before heading into the elections is okay, but what the voters need to know before casting votes in elections is the name of the person who will become prime minister of the nation, in case the alliance is able to come to power and form the Govt. In other words, the alliance should declare the name of its prime ministerial candidate (potential Govt. leader) prior to voting by people in the parliamentary elections.
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Post by Seva Lamberdar on Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:59 am

It is time for the EC to not recognize any political party or alliance in the election process, while also not mention the name of the party or alliance on the ballot paper, if the party / alliance does not declare the name of its potential Govt. leader (prime ministerial candidate) beforehand (prior to the election). In other words, the name of the party / alliance not announcing officially beforehand the name of its prime ministerial candidate should not be identified / mentioned on the ballot paper against the names of candidates running for parliamentary (M.P.) seats on behalf of or as a part of that party / alliance.
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Post by Seva Lamberdar on Thu May 16, 2019 7:12 am

If India wants to consider and call itself constitutionally a parliamentary democracy, its prime minister then, like in any other parliamentary democracy (Britain, Canada, Australia and Israel etc.), must face the voters and be judged by them in elections to Lok Sabha (the Lower or People's House of Parliament), otherwise India's is not a Govt. by the people (considering people did not vote for the prime minister to parliament as a regular MP and as potential Govt. leader) but merely by special interests and party brokers / bosses (who selected a person for the post of PM after the elections and moved him / her to the post of PM  through a backdoor, initially and keeping as PM afterwards, with the support of parliament MPs).
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