Victory for Democracy, Triumph of People Power: Anna Hazare's Non-Violent Anti-Corruption Movement
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However, as Hazare's fast-unto-death resolution attracted nation-wide mass support, the government had to give in. With what was described as 'remarkable maturity', all the political parties agreed to refer Hazare's demands to the Parliamentary Standing Committee, thus marking a victory for Hazare's movement as the first civil society movement to have had its demands respected by Parliament.
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