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State capture did not begin with the Guptas

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The Gupta brothers, Atul and Ajay (left). Photo: Gallo Images
The Gupta brothers, Atul and Ajay (left). Photo: Gallo Images

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Constitutional supremacy has put the judiciary beyond the direct reach of electoral politics, while judicial review has endowed judges with immense influence over them.

Ironically, it is “the chief” among the judges who has called for constitutional amendment, with possible ramifications for electoral politics.

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