Legal constitutional changes can’t overcome challenges to democracy by themselves:
1. Reforms in the law or constitution can be a deterrent to malpractices in politics and power but that is not enough.
2. For example, in cricket, LBW law was made to stop batsmen from using wrong ways in batting and saving the wicket. However, how effective the law would depend on the batsmen, the players, and the referee.
3. In politics, the only law cannot ensure fairness and justice. The politicians and the people themselves also have to take efforts in reforming politics.
Note: Law itself cannot ensure the stop of unjust practices. Politicians, people, even the judges have to come together and ensure that politics is reformed for the better. For example, defection law cannot just stop it but the efforts of the MLAs too.
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