I think that one feature common to the majority of the third world countries is that they don’t have one law for all.
Take Saudi Arabia, for example. One law for people of the Religion of Peace and another for the rest. Or consider Pakistan. Or Bangladesh. Heck, why go so far. Consider India. Do you see the pattern? Not convinced?
How about the third world country UK? People like Maryam Namazie are fighting for One Law for All in the UK. Let’s list the names of the Maryam Namazies of India to know if we can have one law for all in India.
But until then, we must remember that if you don’t have one law for all in your country, your country might be a third world country.