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Democracy vs Development -Mr Harry Dhaul INAUGURAL

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  • Oliver Cromwell: 25 April 1599 – 3 September 1658 ( – from the motion picture “Oliver Cromwell (1970)” French Revolution:  1789–1799 American Civil War: 1861 to 1865  Russian Revolution: 1917
  • “ Democracy: True representation of free people” – Oliver Cromwell, England (1599 – 1658)
  • Magna Carta  (Latin for  Great Charter ), [1]  also called  Magna Carta Libertatum  or  The Great Charter of the Liberties of England , is an  Angevin   charter  originally issued in  Latin  in the year 1215. Magna Carta was the first document forced onto a  King of England  by a group of his subjects, the  feudal barons , in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their privileges. The charter was an important part of the extensive historical process that led to the rule of  constitutional law  in the  English speaking world . Magna Carta was important in the  colonization  of American colonies as England's legal system was used as a model for many of the colonies as they were developing their own legal systems. The 1215 charter required King  John of England  to proclaim certain liberties and accept that his will was not  arbitrary —for example by explicitly accepting that no "freeman" (in the sense of non- serf ) could be punished except through the  law of the land , a right that still exists.
  • Browder v. Gayle , 142 F. Supp. 707 (1956), [1]  was a case heard before a three-judge panel of the  United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama  on  Montgomery  and Alabamastate bus segregation laws. The district court's ruled on June 13, 1956 that bus segregation was unconstitutional under the Fourteenth Amendment protections for equal treatment. [2] The state and city appealed, and the case was heard by the United States Supreme Court. On December 17, 1956, it upheld the lower court ruling in a landmark decision. Three days later, it ordered Alabama to desegregate the buses.

Day1:Democracy vs development  mr harry dhaul inaugural Day1:Democracy vs development mr harry dhaul inaugural Presentation Transcript

  • The 14th Regulators & Policymakers Retreat 2013 The Goa Marriott Resort 1 - 4 August 2013Harry Dhaul Director General, IPPAI Democracy versus Development
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI What is Democracy? -Greek demokratia "popular government"  -Demos "common people," and kratos "rule, strength". -Government of the people, by the people, for the people – Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg, 1863 Democracy implies that man must take responsibility for choosing his rulers and representatives, and for the maintenance of his own 'rights' against the possible and probable encroachments of the government which he has sanctioned to act for him in public matters. [Ezra Pound, "ABC of Economics," 1933] Source: Online Etymology Dictionary
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI  Democracy in Ancient Greece meant equality for male citizens: complete freedom of speech and the right to vote on important issues  Only free men could vote – women and slaves couldn’t  Multiple categories of Slaves existed. Many slaves were the property of their masters who could give, sell, rent or bequeath them The Evolution of Democracy - I
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI The Evolution of Democracy - II Rise of Protestantism in England
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI The Evolution of Democracy - III Oliver Cromwell and the Parliamentarians argue with the King of England
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI The Evolution of Democracy – IV Magna Carta 13th Century 17th Century 19th /20th Century
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI  The American Civil War  1861 - 1865  Abolition of slavery  The End of Segregation: 1956  Barack Obama is President of the United States: 2009 The Evolution of Modern Democracy - I
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI The Evolution of Modern Democracy - II Walk towards Economic Freedom: The Dandi March When Mahatma Gandhi broke the salt laws on April 6, 1930, it sparked acts of civil disobedience against the oppressive salt laws of the British Raj by millions of Indians. More than 80 years hence, do we still have economic freedom?
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Article 14. Equality before law.  The  State  shall  not  deny  to  any  person  equality  before  the  law  or  the  equal  protection  of  the  laws  within the territory of India. The Evolution of Modern Democracy - III The Constitution of India
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Challenges to democracy in context of development - I Politics: Good governance or last refuge? OR On what basis do we vote?
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Challenges to democracy in context of development -II The Haves The Have-Nots
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Can economic development result in bigger water problems and greater discontent among people? Challenges to democracy in context of development -III
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Do our land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement practices widen the gap between the haves and have nots? Challenges to democracy in context of development -IV Dreams of the rich, means of the poor
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI How can we have Development in a Democratic way? Socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth
  • Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI Let the deliberations begin…