India is genuinely democratic: Tony Blair

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Old 03-Sep-2010
India is genuinely democratic: Tony Blair

London, September 3: Tony Blair, who took Indo-British ties to a new level during his 10 years as Prime Minister, believes that India is a shining example of a nation that is ‘genuinely democratic’ even as it develops and faces several challenges.

In his remarkably candid memoir titled 'My Journey,' Blair mentions the growing economic power of India several times, and credits himself for foreseeing the growing importance of China and India to international agreements.

In his book has become a best-seller across the country, Blair writes: "Three years out of office have given me time to reflect on our system of government and to study other system. I have no doubt democracy is the best system. And India remains the shining example of a large nation, still developing, that manages to be genuinely democratic".

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