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13 Sep 2020 8:11 AM GMT
Debate On Should India Adopt The Presidential System Or Stay With The Parliamentary System ?
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Project Constitutionalism in association with LiveLaw is organising a debate on the topic "Should India adopt the Presidential System or Stay with the Parliamentary System?"Date & Time: 14 September, 5pm to 6:15pmDetails of the PanelistsMr. Bhanu Dhamija - Founder CMD, Divya Himachal Medical Group & Author, Why India Needs the Presidential System (Harper Collins, 2015)Prof...

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Project Constitutionalism in association with LiveLaw is organising a debate on the topic "Should India adopt the Presidential System or Stay with the Parliamentary System?"

Date & Time: 14 September, 5pm to 6:15pm

Details of the Panelists

  1. Mr. Bhanu Dhamija - Founder CMD, Divya Himachal Medical Group & Author, Why India Needs the Presidential System (Harper Collins, 2015)
  2. Prof Tarunabh Khaitan: Professor Of Public Law & Legal Theory at the University of Oxford, Professor in Law at the University at Melbourne.
  3. Keynote Remarks by Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament     

The event will be moderated by Ms. Srishti Agnihotri, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

The details of the event are as follows: 

Zoom Meeting Id: https://zoom.us/j/97178648883?pwd=TFd4UmZ2MGVQVFRYZFowcnNHK0IyQT09

Meeting ID: 971 7864 8883

Password: 307113

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