Political System for Pakistan

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Political System for Pakistan

By | December 2012
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* A democratic Pakistan OR An autocratic Pakistan. Which, in your opinion, is better equipped at consolidating our status as a “federation” and Why?

A democratic country means a type of government running in a country which is elected by the people where a president and a prime minister has his own powers and is bound to stick to those powers only which are granted to him by his post While in Autocracy the meaning is totally opposite it is a common misconception that autocracy is more like dictatorship while in my view dictatorship and autocracy are quite different things. In Dictatorship there is a leader who is being dictated by other person mainly the overruling personality or the party, while an autocrat is a type of a leader who posses all the powers to do anything that he wants like a dictator but I would like to repeat my words “He has all the powers to do anything that HE wants” which means he is ruling the country the way he wishes. Pakistan now is in such a state where it is neither a democratic nor an autocratic. The American dictation is still being copied down by the men in power; the powers are being kept limited due to the immense intervention of media and the judiciary in the state affairs, while the decision taken by the Officials are declared as unjust and a hurdle is some how managed to be created to terminate the order before it reaches the destination. In a country where none of the many types of the government is given a chance to grow how can one think of a consolidated status as a federation? Democracy has its own fruit. A place where the representatives of the people will talk about their problems and would be sincere enough to solve the problems then democracy is the best but if you go for the other side of the page you find those Representatives caught guilty of many crimes themselves like one of the major issue faced in the previous days was of the fake degree cases against many of the Member’s of Parliament. This point makes one a...