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Pakistan Election 2013

A new milestone is going to be achieved in era of Politics of Pakistan. Pakistan Election 2013 is expected in first quarter of May.  The electoral body is responsible for its scheduling and nominations for candidates to elect MPs. This will be the 14th National assembly of the Parliament of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Elections have to be held within 60 days of Parliament dissolution.  The deadline date is 17th of May 2013.

13th National Assembly of Parliament holds the leader Prime Minister from a political party called Pakistan People’s Party. Most of the MNAs sitting in assembly belong to PPP. It has happened first time in the history of Pakistan that 13th National Assembly completed its electoral period of 5 years.

Pakistan has a demographic parliamentary system it has a constitution. Pakistan General Election is the part of constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

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Constitution defines the eligibility of candidate to participate in the election. He has to be truthful and honest. The depth of these clauses which are 62, 63 and 218 describes in detail about the character of going to be elected representative of Government of Pakistan. Constitution reserves 70 seats for women and religious minorities. A political party participating in elections must win 172 seats or 51% of total seats to get majority in National Assembly of Pakistan. Usually coalition parties or free candidates join the winning party and form the government for next 5 years of constitutional period.

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Reforms by Election Commission of Pakistan

Election commission of Pakistan has computerized the voting lists and removed 35 million bogus voters. Anyone can find out his enrollment through SMS sending on 8300 Inquiry Number. In December 2012 Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered door to door verification of voters under the security of Pakistan Army in Karachi. Now 17th January 2013, Election Commission of Pakistan ECP started door to door verification of voters.

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Political Parties

There are two most famous parties struggling to rule Pakistan for the last 41 years. Pakistan Muslim League and Pakistan People’s Party haven been ruling Pakistan one after one and encountered dictatorship and pre-elections. Now another emerging party which is called Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf is also favorite for youth. Pakistan People’s Party is headed by Current President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, Chairman of Pakistan Muslim League (N) is chaired by Mr. Nawaz Sharif and Leader of Tehreek e Insaaf is former cricketer Imran Khan. There are several more parties involved in politics of Pakistan which usually fell at opposition side or make coalition government.

Pakistan Election 2013

Election is the survival of democracy. Being a democratic muslim country Pakistan’s general elections are important this year because different groups of people have different perception for the upcoming Pakistan election 2013.

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  1. I am really grateful to the owner of this web
    site who has shared this fantastic post at at this time.

  2. Assalamoalaykum everyone,
    Cheer up sad heart and sees ripening Behind the clouds sun is still shinning
    Country is developed by vision and working hard to achieve the vision. Regretfully, after Muhammed Ali Jinnah Pakistan didn’t get any visionary leader. The mess we have now is due to our 64 years bad selection in elections. It seems to me whole nation has to re-start again with zero. Accepting our mistakes and bad decisions and asking ALLAH’s forgiveness.
    Well, we already tried PPP, PML-N, PML-Q, MQM, ANP and also Pakistan army generals in the past and nothing work out. So it is better to close the non-work out chapters and begin a new chapter with Imran khan.
    ALLAH help and guide Imran Khan and his PTI team to lead Pakistan in good direction. Amen.
    Gigi

  3. Pakistan has around 144 districts and every district has 4/5 so called political families / local feudal lords. One can check their historical background, doesn’t matter if the present generation is educated or little sophisticated. Since independence these families are in power except short period of ZA Bhutto with little participation of middle class. Majority seats in Parliament are from Rural areas and Urban area politicians have the same feudal attitude. Most of these feudal run parallel government in whole district (in tehsils & villages) controlling police and revenue (thana & Kacheri). Even the justice department is also influenced by them in one way or the other by dictation to lawyers and judges.This elite ruling class is corrupt, cruel, law beaker and criminal in many cases. Nothing will change in Pakistan as long as the Development Funds are being distributed among the elected elite. Politics is the highest profitable business of few hundred people in the country.

    • Yes you are right but the process of elected member should be revised again and again, this will slowly filter out the most corrupt one. we as a nation are responsible as whole for the system. we have less patience and very less tolerance. The feuds and political families are facing the power of social media, the process is very slow but bringing change. We are positive. Inshallah one day we shall have our Pakistan as a peaceful country.

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