Good Governance

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Good Governance Defined
Essentials Of Good Governance
Equal Participation
Promotion Of National Cohesion
National Integration
Institution Supremacy
Independent Judiciary
Constitutional Supremacy
Rule Of Law
Political Stability
Free Media
Equal Educational Opportunities
Socio-economic Development
Equal Distribution Of Resources
Welfare State With Provision Of Social Securities
Strong Writ Of The Government On All Fronts
State Of Governance In Pakistan
Institutional Imbalance
Poor Relations Between Centre And Provinces
Political Instability
Inability To Provide Justice
Lack Of Control Over Law And Order Situation
Inefficient Economic Management
Expenditure Mismanagement And Debt Trap
Unfair System Of Taxation
Lack Of Accountability
Poverty And Inflation
Water, Energy And Food Crises
Balance Among All The Institutions
Good Relations Between Centre And Provinces
Equal Distribution Of National Resources
Cheap And Quick Justice
Economic Policies Be Revised
Cut Down In Extra-expenditure
Establishment Of Anti-Corruption Courts
Free Media

As a vehicle is useless without the fuel likewise a country cannot be run in the absence of good governance. Good governance is a real drive behind a country’s development. It protects the human rights, delivers the justice, maintains law an order and provides equal opportunities to the masses. It delivers the fruits of progress and development to all and sundry. It is required at all levels of society and state. In today’s globalized world good governance helps to meet eh challenges of the world. It makes the system of the state effective and efficient. People of the country enjoy equal rights under good governance. Minorities live freely and exercise their religion. No one considers...
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