Tracking the first month of the Aam Aadmi Party 2015 government in Delhi

I think the Aam Aadmi Party is an interesting experiment in democracy and self-rule. Last time the Aam Aadmi Party formed its minority government, I had tracked the concrete changes it brought about. This time, with a full government, the anticipation is that they will be able to do a lot more. I plan to record these, so that they serve as an interesting snapshot of what was done, and if impressive, a reference for what is possible.

Some actions trickling in already, so beginning recording from the 11th of February 2015 itself – the day after the elections.

11th February 2015 with AAP

Kejriwal handovers AAP’s manifesto to Chief Secretary Delhi govt, DM Spolia and asks for ppt presentations from various departments by 19th

 

There are no MLAs with serious criminal cases in Delhi

A report by the Association of Democratic reforms says that there are no MLAs with serious criminal cases in Delhi. Association for Democratic Reforms tracks and analyzes the information provided by candidates in their election affidavits and provides analysis to enable more informed voting. Read the full report – Analysis of Criminal and Financial background details of winners in Delhi Assembly Elections 2015

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