ISLAMABAD, September 9: The law and order situation in Karachi took more than half the time of the Sindh Assembly’s sixth session on Monday. An Adjournment Motion on the issue was moved by five MQM legislators. Eighteen MPAs spoke in the subsequent discussion, which lasted for 3 hours and 41 minutes. The Sindh Information Minister…Details
ISLAMABAD, Sept 5, 2013: The fifth session of the Balochistan Assembly witnessed the passage of two government bills including one amending the local government law to hold the polls for electing local governments on party basis, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its preliminary report.
ISLAMABAD, September 2, 2013: The fourth session of the Punjab assembly was prorogued after holding a general discussion on proposals for wheat support price in its 15th sitting on Monday. Sixteen lawmakers – 12 PMLN, two PTI and one each of JI and PML – took part in the discussion lasting an hour and 16…Details
ISLAMABAD, August 30, 2013: The Balochistan Assembly passed two bills including the Balochistan Local Government (Amendment) Bill 2013 during the eighth sitting of the fifth session on Friday.
The House also passed the Balochistan Public Procurement RegulatoryDetails
ISLAMABAD, August 30, 2013: A bill to amend the Service Tribunals Act 1973 was introduced and Electoral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2013 laid in the thirteenth sitting of the fourth session of the National Assembly on Friday. A PML-N legislator introduced The Services Tribunal (Amendment) Bill 2013 and also laid the Electoral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2013.Details
ISLAMABAD, August 30, 2013: The National Assembly’s fourth session witnessed the introduction of two treasury-backed bills including one seeking amendment to the constitution and the approval of a motion to form 34 Standing Committees along with the opposition’s protests and walkouts over various issues, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its preliminary report…Details
ISLAMABAD, August 30, 2013: Lawmakers debated the wheat price proposal amid low attendance in the fourteenth sitting of the fourth session of the Punjab Assembly on Friday. Only 24 MPAs (6.8%) were present at the start, 49 (13.8%) at the end and a maximum of 77 (21.7%) were present at one point in the sitting.…Details