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Balanced federalism .....

Significant devolution:

  • Periodic review of Seventh Schedule defining powers of Union and States
  • Review of Seventh Schedule to divide jurisdiction of subjects to prevent overlap - eliminate concurrent list

Special powers to the Union:

  • A class of federal offences to be listed with mechanism to punish
  • Union powers to enforce common market
  • Powers to protect educational and employment rights of all citizens anywhere in India
  • Powers to decide on utilization of inter - State natural resourcesvv

Fiscal devolution:

  • All fiscal devolution to be non-discretionary through Finance Commission

All India Services:

  • States to have full control and responsibility

Political autonomy:

  • Governors to be elected for fixed terms
  • Article 356 to be repealed or revised to prevent abuse

Legislative jurisdiction:

  • Remove Governor's power (Art.200) of reserving a Bill for President's assent. Fix time limit of 60 days for assent.

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