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Title: Can the Indian judicial system of appointment serve as a role model for the U.S. judiciary?
Authors: Gupta, Megha
Keywords: Indian judicial system
U.S. judiciary system
Issue Date: 8-Oct-2018
Citation: Gupta, Megha. (October 08, 2018).Can the Indian judicial system of appointment serve as a role model for the U.S. judiciary?. Foreign Policy News.
Description: The framers of the U.S. constitution had desired for an equal distribution of power between the different branches such that the political parties would not play an overwhelming role in the governmental structure. The party politics would be limited to the executive branch where they would come to power through the electoral college on selection of candidates made by the legislature.
URI: http://foreignpolicynews.org/2018/10/08/can-the-indian-judicial-system-of-appointment-serve-as-a-role-model-for-the-u-s-judiciary/
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