Secretive feedback key to selection of AAP candidates

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The concept is good, if all factors were clear and clean.

    However, would the ones giving feedback not be guided by their own partisan or personal interests?

    There is also the danger of 'cartelisation' of feedback.

    I am sure the AAP leadership would have also done the rounds of the constituencies and got a general idea how the wind blows for the AAP candidates recommended.
     
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  3. SLASH

    SLASH Senior Member Senior Member

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    It is a very good idea to take a feedback the people themselves. However, from a party's perspective it is better that the party workers/cadre are asked to provide a feedback. It is they who go door to door to get votes. If they are unhappy with the new candidate, it turns out to be counter productive. They will realise this sooner or later.
     

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