Pakistan election information portal
Pakistan election information portal
Pakistan election information portal
Pakistan election information portal
Pakistan election information portal
Pakistan election information portal

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Civic Education

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Civic Education section covers the main educational area for citizens to know about citizen rights in Pakistan. 

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Local Government Institutions under Punjab Local Government Act 2013

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Governance Structure under Punjab Local Government Act 2013

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

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Awami National Party (ANP) Detail:

Election 2013 Results

Party Name: Balochistan National Party
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 15 835
Party Name: Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 7 388
Party Name: Independent
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 56 658
Party Name: Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (F)
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 26 028
Party Name: National Party
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 19 873
Party Name: Independent
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 42 240
Party Name: Independent
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 41 604
Party Name: Independent
Result Status: Announced
Votes Obtained: 22 874

Resources

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Info-graphs for 9-12 years children

In this section some informatory material is developed for the age group 9-12 years. This material is in the form of info graphics that provide information into graphs cartonified on the following list:

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information about voter registration guide.

Latest Blogs

Pakistan, as you well know is a Parliamentary democracy with a federal government and four provincial legislatures. In other words, there’s a federal government at the center (i.e.

In the previous blogs we’ve spoken about how the government is run at the federal and provincial levels. In today’s blog we’ll go further down and talk about the Local government institutions, known as “local bodies” in Pakistan.

After discussing so many different topics related to democracy and the electoral process, in today’s blog we’ll talk about the system of governance currently in place in Pakistan. But before we launch into the whole discussion, here’s a warning: today’s blog will be just a tad bit academic!

In our previous blogs we’ve spoken about a whole host of topics realted to elections and the voting process. In today’s blog however, we’ll take a break from these subjects and instead talk about two related concepts: youth bulge and democracy.

We live in a world where each one of us is bombarded with at least a few hundred messages every day. Switch on the television or flip open a newspaper and there’s one brand or the other selling everything from shampoo to happiness!

When we think about voter education, most people assume that it is only the responsibility of Election Commission or the government to introduce activities aimed at making voters aware of their rights and responsibilities.

In the previous blog we discussed about the various resources available for education of Voters in Pakistan. Today we’ll talk about District committees and their role in voter education.

For most voters the idea of voting is merely restricted to three primary items: a polling station, a ballot paper and a ballot box.