Monthly Archives: February 2013

Nomination papers: Amendments anger MPs

A set of newly proposed amendments to nomination papers by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) appeared to be a bitter pill for lawmakers from the government and opposition who expressed their willingness on Wednesday for scrutiny but sought changes ... Read More »

Candidate scrutiny: Online data to ensure voters get their money’s worth

Voters in Pakistan and indeed anyone with an internet connection will soon be able to pore over the financial honesty of the people who want to become their elected representatives in the next polls. While many democracies already have this ... Read More »

Election Trailer: FAFEN reports rigging in Feb 18 by-polls

The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) has reported widespread rigging in by-polls held in two constituencies in Sindh and one in Punjab on February 18. By-elections were held in PP-239 (Vehari-VIII) Punjab and PS-73 (Jamshoro-cum-Dadu) and PS-84 (Thatta-I) in ... Read More »

Poll contestants required to declare financial history

The election authorities have decided to add a number of new columns to nomination forms that every candidate is required to submit before taking part in the elections – with a focus on their financial history for the past three ... Read More »

Role of Women Parliamentarian in Legislation Process

Role of Women Parliamentarian in Legislation… by women-media-center Role of Women Parliamentarian in Legislation Process, package made by the participant of WMC’s Islamabad Workshop. — in Islamabad, Pakistan. Read More »