The anti-corruption movement in India had reached its zenith recently. Now that the passion has blown over and intensity is weaned its time for an objective analysis of the issue. The spectrum of discussions that were ignited in the present leg of campaign is impressive. It ranged from maligning the images to deeper theoretical questions about representative democracy. It cut across disciplines of politics, law, sociology and economics to mention a few.
The attempt here is to map out the issues and engage in a discussion on some of them especially those relating to law and political science. Before kicking off the discussion, it would be beneficial to collate the available resources on the issue.
Responses on the movement - Voices with difference
Pratap Bhanu Mehta http://www.indianexpress.com/news/of-the-few-by-the-few/772773/
V. Venketesan on the prospect of the bill
The Seminar issue on corruption
The discussion on issues of representative democracy will be posted next.