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Neighbourhood Associations and Local Democracy: Delhi Municipal Elections 2007

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A study of municipal elections in Delhi in 2007 shows that there are institutional limitations in realising local democracy. Democratisation of local bodies has been hindered because of the nature of neighbourhood associations. However, neighbourhood associations are themselves being democratised and are therefore bound to strengthen local democracy.

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