Monday, August 7, 2017

Out with the old...

"The Congress faces two existential crises -- lack of leadership and the absence of an aspirational, coherent vision for the future," Milan Vaishnav, South Asia director at Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace think-tank, told AFP.

"What is stunning is that the 2014 general election result exposed both of these infirmities, yet the party has made little to no progress remedying them. If current trends continue, the Congress risks terminal decline," Vaishnav added.

From an APF article via Drudge, "Gandhi brand no longer sells in Indian politics".

1 comment:

edutcher said...

IOW, too many old fogies who want things to stay the way they are.

Great argument for term limits.