This refers to “Lighten up equity portfolio” (January 7). While the article says that the next coalition government has more hope for reforms regardless of who leads it, I think it will be important to analyse what reforms may be actually possible. Typically, reforms are carried out when they do not jeopardise the politicians’ vote banks and when they are agreed upon by all members of the coalition. Politicians get popular by creating more opportunities and get stronger through more funding from those who gain from those reforms.
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First Published: Mon, January 07 2019. 22:03 IST