ISLAMABAD, November 12, 2013: Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) has launched a campaign to solicit public support for federal framework legislation for the protection of electoral rights of voters and candidates in the provincial laws on the local government, says a press release issued onDetails
FAFEN Advocates for Phased LG Elections, Guiding Principles to Provinces for Protection of Electoral Rights
ISLAMABAD, November 8, 2013: Calling upon the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to hold local government elections in phases, Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) has sought federal guidelines to provinces for the protection of electoral rights of voters and candidates.
ISLAMABAD, November 5, 2013: The tribunals set up to resolve election complaints had disposed of 65 of the 339 cases heard until September 30, 2013. However save for one, all of these cases were disposed of on technical grounds, said a press releaseDetails
ISLAMABAD, September 18, 2013: Four incidents of women being barred from voting were reported during the NA-25 (Dera Ismail Khan-cum-Tank) by-election on Wednesday. The voting process was largely peaceful amid heavy deployment of security personnel. However, female voters were disenfranchised in parts of the constituency where community elders had reportedly decided to bar women from…Details
ISLAMABAD, May 11, 2013 – Having mobilized more than 41,000 trained and accredited observers for Pakistan’s historic first elections to transition from one elected civilian government to another, Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) offered preliminary information about reports of ElectionDetails
ISLAMABAD, May 9, 2013 – The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) is set to deploy 40,500 trained, non-partisan and legally accredited citizens to observe General Election 2013 on May 11, one of the largest organized citizen election observation undertaken anywhere in the worldDetails
ISLAMABAD, May 2, 2013: Decisive action is required by the state against militant groups deliberately attempting to sabotage the election process through acts of terrorism and intimidation of candidates and their supporters, polling officials and voters across Pakistan, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN), calling for formal statements from all parties and candidates denouncing anti-election violence against any election contestants.Details
ISLAMABAD, April 30, 2013 – In the context of escalating violence against certain political parties and candidates, including several deadly attacks over the weekend, Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) should take strong action to address political speeches that could incite sectarian violence, contrary to the ECP Code ofDetails
ISLAMABAD, April 26, 2013: The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN)’s Constituency Long-Term Observers have found out that the political parties’ candidates are continuing to defy the Code of Conduct notified by the Election Commission of Pakistan, as they gathered reports from 152 constituencies across the country between April 11Details
ISLAMABAD, April 20, 2013: As many as 16 political parties and independent candidates have committed violations of the Election Code of Conduct in 77 observed National Assembly constituencies across the country between April 1 and 10, 2013, says Pre-Election Update 33 released on Saturday.
Violations committed by political parties and independentDetails