the importance of hedging despite the alleged incorruptibility of the lokpal

 What is the best institutional architecture for fighting corruption? Should India have one, all-powerful anti-corruption watchdog or should it have several smaller ones? What if the Lokpal gets corrupted the way other institutions have? Are we better off with a strong Lokpal? Or are we better off making the CBI more independent of the government, strengthening the ‘Judicial Accountability and Standards Bill, and so on? All this, of course, coupled with a Lokpal to keep an eagle eye on politicians and bureaucrats.

a small story on the contentious issues albatrossing the lokpal bill, and possible solutions to dem.

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