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Calcutta Diary

March 2, 1974 Calcutta Diary A M TRUE, there is nothing explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, nor in the statutes in force in the country. But a parliamentary system sustains itself largely by a set of conventions. When these are flouted, something dies. It is the death of the system's moral code. Once this code is dead, there is little left to hold on to.

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