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Indian elections: Anti-corruption party challenges traditional politics

The world's largest democracy is wrapping up its general elections this Wednesday. Over 814 million Indian voters have been casting their ballots for over a month. Among their options is the new anti-corruption party, also known as the Common Man's Party, which has surged onto the national stage, riding a wave of discontent against the traditional way of doing politics. We take a look at its leader, Arvind Kejriwal.


Programme prepared by Narimène Laouadi and Elise Duffau.

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