the length of a country's constitution is inversely proportional to its democratic growth. that is why we have the lengthiest constitution in the world.the problem is the never ending tussle between judiciary and the legislature. for a long time legislature has defeated the rulings of supreme court through amendments, Indra Sawhney case being the classical one. this aspect has far reaching effect on the society itself , like the reservation policies. we need a ceiling on quota as it cannot be made permanent.
secondly, the privileges of parliamentarian under articles article 105 and article 194 have been used arbitrarily.this needs to be checked.
thirdly,discussion of important foreign policies like nuclear traties, patents, genetically modified food should be discussed openly in the parliament ( read with entry 13 and 14 of list 1 of 7 schedule)