NEW DELHI (AFP) - Indian activist Anna Hazare threatened on Thursday to start a new hunger strike and a campaign of civil disobedience unless a long-delayed anti-graft law is passed by next week. Hazare, a 74-year-old campaigner and Gandhi admirer, held a 12-day hunger strike against corruption in August that unleashed an outpouring of anger from Indians who are fed up with paying bribes. He wants the government to pass a law creating a powerful new Lokpal or Ombudsman tasked with investigating and prosecuting all public figures, including the prime minister, by the end of parliament on December 21.