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Election Updates

KPK Local Government Results 2015

KPK Local Government Results 2015

Sindh Local Government Elections Results 2015.

Local Government Election Result in Islamabad 2015

Local Government Election Result in Islamabad 2015

The Punjab Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) is a statutory, autonomous body established in February 2014 for promotion of women’s rights. The Commission aims at helping women to learn about their rights or services available to them or if they are facing gender-based discrimination, harassment, or violence or being denied any legal and constitutional rights. 

In this section voter education materials like posters, flyers, leaflets etc. are available with motivational, educational and factual information about local government elections in provinces of Sindh and Punjab. This section is constantly updated so you may wish to check back after some time for latest updates.

Local Government System in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT)

After Pakistan came into being as an independent state on 14 August1947, the port city of Karachi was declared capital of the country. However, it was felt that a new and permanent capital city had to be built to reflect the diversity of the Pakistani nation.

District Selected for Three Phased elections,as notified by Election Commission of Pakistan.

Civic Education

Democracy at Local Level: an Over Review

Modern governance is associated with political participation of public in robust way.

Political Inclusion of Marginalized

Globally, it is identified that more than 50 countries have embraced democracy in the last 20 years and now struggle to consolidate democratic governance.

Voter Education Handbook

Voter Education Handbook with downloadable PDF Document.

Latest Blog

17/11/2015 - 09:51
Improving Legal Framework to Curb Electoral Violence
The phenomenon of electoral violence is a major issue in nascent democracies of the world. In order to curb electoral violence, a multi-pronged approach is adopted all over the world which includes transparency in preparation of voters’ lists...
06/11/2015 - 11:56
Say no to Electoral Violence
The primary pillar of democracy is the electoral process. For the same to be transparent and credible in true sense, people must have a free and fair opportunity to elect their representatives without any extraneous pressure. Any attempt to compel or force the people to go against their free will through extreme measures, particularly by use of physical or psychological force,
14/09/2015 - 08:56
Democracy Blog: Evolution of Democracy in Pakistan
Pakistan is sixth most populous country in the world, created on the basis of popular will of people in 1947 with the vision to have a liberal, moderate and democratic parliamentary federation. Soon after independence, Pakistan adopted British legacy constitutional framework and introduced the parliamentary democracy, following much from the Government of India Act 1935 - the last constitution of British India.However, Pakistan being a postcolonial state, the democratic experience was underpinned by the steel frame of bureaucracy and political stability and institutionalized democratic set up remained a distant dream.
11/09/2015 - 09:52
Democracy: Space for Civil Society
Technology aided elections is the latest fever that grips those concerned in any way with the elections in Pakistan. To them it is a ‘silver bullet’ that will deliver free, fair and transparent elections. Apparently they are well on their way to reinventing the wheel. Recently ECP, on the recommendation of Parliamentary Electoral Reforms Committee, has piloted Biometric voter verification system (BVVS) in a by-election in Haripur. The assumption on the part of pro technology segments is that an overwhelming majority of the electorate during the 2018 elections will be a smart phone using one; hence will be more at home using technology to cast their vote.