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Why no law to appoint ECs, SC asks Centre

DNA Wednesday, 5 July 2017
The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the Centre on why no enabling law for the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners had been framed under the Constitution so far.

Pointing to the void in the law, the apex court even said that to ensure "fair and transparent" selection process, it could...
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