President Addresses Joint Sitting of the Parliament

ISLAMABAD, June 1, 2016: The President of Pakistan addressed both Houses of the Parliament assembled together in Joint Sitting on beginning of the fourth parliamentary year on Wednesday, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). The Presidential Address continued for 41 minutes after which the Joint Sitting was prorogued. Following are some key observations of…

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NA Suspends Regular Agenda for Budget Session

ISLAMABAD, May 31, 2016: The National Assembly adopted a motion to suspend its regular agenda for the Budget 2016-17 on Tuesday during first sitting of 33rd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). The lawmakers consumed entire first sitting to pay respect to deceased MNA Malik Iqbal Mehdi Khan and wish good health to Prime…

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NA Takes Up Most of Agenda

ISLAMABAD, May 20, 2016: The National Assembly addressed its entire agenda except a Calling Attention Notice on Friday during tenth and last sitting of its 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). The session was prorogued on conclusion of its business. Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House…

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NA Passes Constitutional Amendment, two other bills

ISLAMABAD, May 19, 2016: The National Assembly passed the Constitutional Amendment and two other government bills unanimously on Thursday during ninth sitting of its 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met for three hours and 36…

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NA Leaves Agenda Unaddressed

ISLAMABAD, May 18, 2016: The National Assembly did not take up its agenda except a report on Wednesday during eighth sitting of its 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met for three hours and 57 minutes.…

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NA Addresses Most of Private Members’ Agenda

ISLAMABAD, May 17, 2016: The National Assembly took up its entire agenda except motions under Rule 259 and a Calling Attention Notice on Tuesday during seventh sitting of its 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met…

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NA Discusses Panama-Leaks Issue besides Regular Agenda

ISLAMABAD, May 16, 2016: The National Assembly took up its regular agenda while the Prime Minister made a statement on his family’s offshore businesses on Monday during sixth sitting of 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly…

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NA Adopts Supplementary Resolution

ISLAMABAD, May 13, 2016: The National Assembly addressed its entire agenda except a Calling Attention Notice while also adopted a supplementary resolution on Friday during fifth sitting of 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met for…

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NA Passes Two Govt Bills

ISLAMABAD, May 12, 2016: The National Assembly passed two government bills on Thursday during fourth sitting of 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met for two hours and 19 minutes. The proceeding remained suspended for 52…

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NA Passes Three Govt Bills

ISLAMABAD, May 11, 2016: The National Assembly passed three government bills on Wednesday during the third sitting of 32nd session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN). Following are some key observations of the House proceeding: Members’ Participation in House Proceedings The National Assembly met for two hours and 59 minutes. The proceeding remained suspended for…

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