The Aam Aadmi Party

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Background
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is a result of the two year long Jan Lokpal Movement which began as a fight of the common people against the biggest evil of the country- corruption. The movement resorted to several ways of protests like peaceful protests, courting arrests, indefinite fasting, several rounds of negotiations with the government etc. However, all these attempts went futile with the passing of modified version of proposed Jan Lokpal bill. Thus, with the aim of building a stronger system to tackle corruption, the movement leaders resorted to the way of action i.e. entering politics thus forming the Aam Aadmi Party. AAP does not claim to be 100% honest but does promise of creating a system which would withstand corruption at all levels of governance.
Organizational Goals
AAP argues that the country in its 60 years of independence has not achieved the dream of equal and just society as cited in the constitution. The Neta/leaders have enslaved the country and merely replaced the british according to AAP. From the response of the public in the two years of lokpal movement, AAP has formulated its goals which are discussed in the following part of the report.
The following points give a summary of its goals:
• AAP’s main goal in its words is to create “People’s Rule – Creating Swaraj” in its true sense of word.
• Make Politics a noble calling
• Overhaul the three main pillars of India’s democracy:
The Executive: o Create a system which makes the government directly responsible to the people o Decentralise the system of governance in such a way that people can influence the policies that affect their local area
The Legislature: o To give two rights of REFERENDUM and INITIATIVE to the people of India. The Judiciary: o Implement long overdue judicial reforms in order to create a judicial system easily accessible and affordable for all Indians
• Right to Reject in elections
• Right to Recall before term completions
Mission/Vision

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