Authors: Dr. Muhindro Laitonjam
Main focus of the paper is to highlight the success and failure of democracy where the two country India and Mauritius respect human right but the yardstick of study is based on electoral integrity. Success of the democracy largely depends on the level of electoral integrity. In this paper, the core notion of ‘electoral integrity’ refers to agreed international principles and standards of elections, applying universally to all countries worldwide throughout the electoral cycle, including during the pre and post-electoral period. As such, a quantitative and empirical method is employed to insight the quantum of electoral integrity of India and Mauritius where how they respect human rights for real democratisation.
Keywords: electoral integrity, human rights, intimidation dole for vote, insurgency, flawed democracy