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CPI finds UPAs three-year rule as a mixed bag

The Communist party of India (CPI), which had earlier this month demanded review of the Left parties support to the UPA government, today termed the Congress-led coalition rule of three years as a mixed bag.

New Delhi, May 21 : The Communist party of India (CPI), which had earlier this month demanded review of the Left parties support to the UPA government, today termed the Congress-led coalition rule of three years as a 'mixed bag'.

Just a day before UPA will begin its fourth year of rule under Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, CPI general secretary A B Bardhan said," In the first two years, a number of good legislations, pro-people and progressive legislations have been passed. We are specially drawing attention to Right to Information Act, National Rural Employment Guarantee Act and the Succession Act which was passed, then the Tribal Act, these are very good legislations."

However, he had no such words of praise for government's economic policies.

On the issue of next Presidential nominee, Bardhan said that the person who would be nominated for the President of India should be a person of "impeccable secular credentials".

He also denied any particular names being discussed and said, "All that we have conveyed to UPA leadership is that political personality, somebody who is aware of our political set up and knows all the developments that take place, who is also fully aware of our Constitution and is expert person in political field and has impeccable secular credentials, he should be nominated as a candidate,"The election of the next President of the country is due in July, when the five-year-term of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam ends.

ANI

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