Maharashtra crisis: Why resorts often decide political fates in India

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India’s democratic process allows any party that can prove it has a majority – over the halfway mark in legislatures – to form a government. So when electoral margins are low, governments – especially coalitions – run the risk of having the rug pulled from under their feet by rival parties and sometimes by their own disgruntled lawmakers.





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