• Why a Multi-Party System in Pakistan?
    Why a Multiparty System in Pakistan? Political parties are the flesh and blood of political system. The strengths and weaknesses, successes and failures, pros and cons of a political structure are highly associated with the Political Party System. Giovanni Sartori suggested a method to classify...
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  • Integratiion in Malaysia
    system. National integration is generally treated as apart of broader problems of political development and modernization we see that is Pakistan a discus Librium arose in the development of the country different sectors. The most form Idabel problem of nation-building is Pakistan after the statics...
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  • political science
    250 political parties are registered with Election Commission of Pakistan. Why such a big number of Political parties in a country of just 20 crore people? Why this extent of Multipartism in Pakistan? Is this the sign of healthy democracy? Why do we not have Uni-party or Bi-party system? Why Multi...
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  • Journal of Political Studies
    the performance of the government that arises out of the differences over the proper nature of the authority for political system" (Samual, 1971). In Pakistan, the induction of one unit in 1956, introduction of 1962 constitution by Ayub Khan, frequent constitutional amendments by Zulfiqar Ali...
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  • Political Stability
    very important for nation-building. There are many countries which have comparatively stable political system such as in China, Egypt and so on. Many underdeveloped nations of Asia and Africa including Pakistan have been confused as how to overcome the problems of national integration, economic...
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  • Govt of Pakistan
    Pakistan. Material by foreign academics and professionals looks at the Pakistani political system in comparison to their own and focuses on the inadequacies of the Pakistani system. The following reviewed literature comprises of a small sample of previously conducted study and analyses on the subject under...
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  • Military Intervene in Politics
    it's failed to prove itself stable and pure democratic state. Ironically Pakistan claimed to be a democratic state without held the election from independence till 1956. Pakistan is a nation state and nation was confused that which political system will run in the state. They are wishing...
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  • Why Was the Pakistan State Between 1947 and 1971 so Unstable?
    at the root of all subsequent problems Pakistan faced, for example the on-going India-Pakistan rivalry and the growth of regionalism in each province. While these crises destabilised Pakistan both internally and externally, ultimately it was the failure of the political system to deal with them...
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  • the role of opposition parties in peacekeeping and equality in pakistan
    INTRODUCTION The major purpose of my thought paper is to highlight the problems faced by opposition parties in peacekeeping and their role in the political system of Pakistan. The parties considered in this paper are: Pakistan People Party (PPP), Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Group (PML (N), Awami...
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  • Internal Threats to Pakistan
    protected. Unfortunately, only a limited “powerful elite” enjoyed the fruits of freedom whereas the masses had little participation in the political system. For majority of populace, there was hardly any difference between democracy and dictatorship. Thus, democracy in Pakistan became elitist, and...
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  • Democracy and Political Development in Pakistan
    Thesis statement Due to the continuous political instability and recurring military interventions in decision making, Pakistan is far from witnessing a healthy and democratic political system in the near future. Introduction On the international scene, states have been struggling to obtain their...
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  • Democracy and People
    political system in the world. Due to this many countries of Europe and most important most of the developing countries adopted democracy as the base of their political setup. After British left from Indian subcontinent, the representative democracy was adopted in South Asia. Pakistan, a developing...
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  • Good Governance in Pakistan
    Good Governance in Pakistan. OUTLINES: 1. Introduction 2. Definition of Governance 3. Governance in Pakistan. 4. Failures of Governance in Pakistan 5. Causes of failures: 1. Political commotion 2. No democratic setup 3. Military intrusion 4. Feudal indulgence 5. Massive Corruption 6...
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  • Engr
    political system of Pakistan. Awami league and Pakistan Tehreek I Insaf have largely suppressed these sorts of tiny but lasting far reaching consequences threats and implied to people that the existing parliament is completely bogus because 45% bogus votes had been cast in the election.  There is...
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  • document 1
    throughout. Pakistan, unlike India missed out on the contribution that a charismatic leader could have made in stabilizing and consolidating the working of the political system. Absence of mature political leaders and colleagues of Mr Jinnah along with a weak and loosely organized Muslim League did...
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  • Military Influence in Pakistan
    Review (Islamabad: NIHCR, 1992), p. 35. 7 Saeed Shafqat, Political System of Pakistan and Public Policy (Lahore: Progressive Publishers, 1989), p. 142. 8 Iftikhar H. Malik, State and Civil Society in Pakistan: Politics of Authority, Ideology and Ethnicity, (Lahore: Macmillan Publishers, 1997), p.75...
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  • MsMaya
    the: -History -Culture -Ideology of people -Socioeconomic development of people 5. Are the people of Pakistan non democratic? 6. Is the democracy solved the issues of Pakistan? 7. the issue of democracy in Pakistan -Personalization of politics -Personality oriented politics 2 The system...
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  • Why Democracy Fail in Pakistan
    “Why democratic system is weak in Pakistan: Causes and Solutions” . Executive Summary – Pakistan has been in quest for stable democratic system from its very inception.The process of its democratization has been slow and passive. Its nature has remained fragile. It has been showing high...
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  • Threats to Pakistan
    capabilities are at the state of abeyance and making it vulnerable. Politically, Pakistan is very much unstable owing to its weak Political institutions, and low profile system capabilities. Jean Blondel defines them as: extractive, regulative, distributive, symbolic, and responsive. According to Blondel...
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  • Democracy in Pakistan
    could carry the representative system of governance forward. The All-India Muslim League, which had piloted the movement of Pakistan during 1940-47, was not a well organized political party, but it was primarily a movement. “Leading a movement and organizing a political party are two different things...
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