The 2004 general election in India and its aftermath

@article{Tummala2004The2G,
  title={The 2004 general election in India and its aftermath},
  author={Krishna K. Tummala},
  journal={Asian Journal of Political Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={12},
  pages={31 - 58}
}
In early 2004 India confirmed that coalition governments are the staple for sometime to come. This article examines the events leading to the general election and thereafter. It contends that there are several forces that will tax the new United Progressive Alliance led by the Congress Party which itself is ridden with many internal squabbles. Among the coalition partners, the Communist Party of India, which tends to be ideological in making its presence felt without accepting any… Expand
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