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The obstructionism of the opposition parties shows that they are guided by nothing other than a sense of cussedness, which is motivated by their inability to get over the defeats they experienced in the last general election and also in the state assembly polls before and after the May results were declared. Their attempts to thwart the government on measures such as the insurance bill underline their meanness because the parliamentary select committee’s approval should automatically lead to its passage. What these hindrances show is that many of the parties haven’t yet understood the cooperative essence of democracy and have carried their street-fighting instincts into parliament.
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