Do Indian Political Parties Need Re-Organizing?

Discussion in 'Politics & Society' started by busesaway, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. busesaway

    busesaway Regular Member

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    I think that the current political model in India, which is derived from European political culture, is unsuitable for Indian politics. I don't think economics should play a huge role in Indian culture.

    Traditional Hindu Party
    - Hinduveta
    - Hindu Social Policies (center-left on western political axis, supports women, lgbt, etc...)
    - "Center" Economic Policies, REAL Support for Charities
    - Support for Hindu secularism
    - Support for military

    Traditional Buddhist Party (Navayana)
    - Strongly Anti-Classism (main selling point)
    - Hinduveta
    - Buddhist Social Policies (center-left on western political axis, supports women, lgbt, etc...)
    - "Center/Socialist" Economic Policies
    - Support for Hindu secularism
    - Support for self-defense

    Maoists/Socialists Party
    Liberal Party
    Other Parties (Muslims, Nationalists, etc...)
     
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