Election Commission of India decides to call a meeting of all recognized National and State political parties:

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Election Commission of India (ECI) has decided to call a meeting of all recognized National and State political parties to hold consultations on implementation of the Supreme court judgment, dated 05.07.2013 in SLP(C) No.21455 of 2008 and TC No.112 of 2011 – S. Subramaniam Balaji Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu and Others in the matter of framing guidelines on manifestoes of political parties.

The press release of ECI explains that the date for such a meeting will be fixed very soon. The Commission has in the meanwhile sent a copy of the judgment to the recognized parties for their information and firming up of views.

The Commission has taken note of the Supreme Court directions that it should frame guidelines regarding the election manifesto of political parties. It has also decided to seek the views of political parties in the matter before taking up further action.

The Commission will shortly circulate a background paper in the matter among political parties. In preparation for this, the Commission has started making efforts to compile available views and practices in this subject both nationally and internationally.

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Election Commission of India decides to call a meeting of all recognized National and State political parties:

election-commission-of-india-logo1 July 8th, 2013

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Election Commission of India (ECI) has decided to call a meeting of all recognized National and State political parties to hold consultations on implementation of the Supreme court judgment, dated 05.07.2013 in SLP(C) No.21455 of 2008 and TC No.112 of 2011 – S. Subramaniam Balaji Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu and Others in the matter of framing guidelines on manifestoes of political parties.

The press release of ECI explains that the date for such a meeting will be fixed very soon. The Commission has in the meanwhile sent a copy of the judgment to the recognized parties for their information and firming up of views.

The Commission has taken note of the Supreme Court directions that it should frame guidelines regarding the election manifesto of political parties. It has also decided to seek the views of political parties in the matter before taking up further action.

The Commission will shortly circulate a background paper in the matter among political parties. In preparation for this, the Commission has started making efforts to compile available views and practices in this subject both nationally and internationally.

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