Is the Anna Hazare movement a turning point in India?
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - 02:35
Nov. 15 - How much pressure is the Anna Hazare movement really putting on the Indian government. Professor Ashutosh Varshney of Brown University analyzes.
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Has there movements a turning point again. Can be a turning point is put patient anyone's. -- own depends on the it is sentence. It is. Arm already turning point and can be a victim and that will be more precise. The -- the anti corruption almost. That will -- now from the legislation going to violent and into session. That own -- months we have much more. Much more bow then in innovation. And we don't get enough pressure. -- -- the pressure of this movement from the Indian politicians I don't think there was a -- -- it. It that would. With a bit a lot of legislation which -- so -- follow. -- true to their descriptions. And that office at march. So yes in that sentence is disorderly to really be able to clean up the political economy in the political process for me. It is still an open question. And and that depends on how far the movement grows -- -- apes. Top leadership. We continue to be nine to it. I don't things funding problems me in the middle classes and to provide funds in food and took it. Thousand rupees or 101000 you know 50000 and it adds to a and this is a movement built upon pessimists FaceBook. Tricked. And you know 300 million people in India connector and that's knowledgeable people. Through these methods. And and they can go on funding so long has the leadership remains tonight -- incredible. And we -- have latency. But yes that's fairly strong anti corruption. Is very rating possible and would not possible. -- I.
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