2.2 Million Adult Women in Sindh Do Not Possess CNIC

2.2 Million Adult Women in Sindh Do Not Possess CNIC

ISLAMABAD, December 29, 2016: Out of 11.9 million adult women in Sindh province, 2.2 million are yet to get computerized national identity cards (CNICs) and become eligible voters, a consultation was told here on Thursday. The consultation, Missing Millions, on the issues of the CNIC and voter registration of women was organized at a local hotel…

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Every Fourth Eligible Woman Voter in Balochistan Not on Voters’ Lists

Every Fourth Eligible Woman Voter in Balochistan Not on Voters’ Lists

QUETTA, December 22, 2016: The political parties, civil society and the officials of Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) vowed to work together to expedite the voter registration of at least five lac missing yet eligible women voters in Balochistan who have yet to be issued Computerized National Identity…

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6.5M Women in Punjab Not Registered as Voters

6.5M Women in Punjab Not Registered as Voters

Consensus developed to form committee to minimize electoral deficit LAHORE: December 3, 2016: Political parties, civil society organizations and media have agreed to form a provincial committee for coordinated efforts to enhance the registration of women voters in Punjab ahead of General Election 2018. The consensus was developed at a consultation organized by Free and…

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11.67M Women Await Registration as Voters

11.67M Women Await Registration as Voters

FAFEN holds Consultation on Women CNIC and Voter Registration PESHAWAR, December 1, 2016: The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) has called upon the relevant government authorities to pace up efforts to register as many as 11.67 million women who are missing from the electoral rolls before the General Election 2013. At a consultation attended…

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FAFEN Calls for Women’s Voter Registration Emergency

ISLAMABAD, November 25, 2015: The difference in male and female voter registration widened from 10.97 million in May 2013 to 11.65 million in September 2015, indicating at the need for urgent efforts by political parties and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to maximize women’s voter registration ahead of General Elections 2018, says a statement issued by Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Wednesday.

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