Touching many relevant points on the report which has been uploaded on its website, the commission has called for further discussions and examination on the matter, involving all the stakeholders before it makes the final recommendations to the centre.
In chapter 11, titled ‘CONCLUSIONS’, Commission has said, “Any major decision that has a direct impact on the polity of the country has to be taken after taking the stakeholders into confidence. Any law that is not acceptable to the masses is not capable of being implemented. Therefore, the government should try and build a consensus of the public in general and the political parties, in particular.”
In chapter 12, titled ‘DRAFT SUGGESTIONS / RECOMMENDATIONS’, the Commission recommends holding of simultaneous elections and lists the benefits of such an exercise. “It will save the public money, help to reduce the burden on administrative setup and security forces and ensure better implementation of government policies on time and the administrative machinery of the country will be continuously engaged in developmental activities rather than in electioneering.