Attendance remains low in the Eighth sitting of NA

The Eighth Sitting of Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly met for 3 Hours and 59 minutes. The sitting started with a total of 72 members and ended with 60 legislators present, reports the Free and Fair Election Network [FAFEN] in its Daily Factsheet on the National Assembly Proceedings.

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Most agenda unattended as NA meets for two and a half hours

The Seventh Sitting of Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly met for two and a half hours, leaving most of the agenda items on the Orders of the day unaddressed, reports the Free and Fair Election Network [FAFEN] in its Daily Factsheet on the National Assembly Proceedings. The following are some key observations of the…

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Low attendance in business-less Sixth Sitting of 19th Session

Sitting No. 6 of Session No. 19 of the National Assembly held on Monday, February 15, 2010 The Sixth Sitting of the Nineteenth Session that was marked with low attendance of the legislators did not dispose of any parliamentary business. The sitting, which started an hour and 17 minutes late, was marred by protest and…

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Low Attendance of members in four-hour Fourth Sitting

The fourth sitting of the Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly was marked by low attendance of members with only 42 being present at the end of the sitting that lasted a little over four hours, the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) reported.

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Attendance remains low in third sitting of 19th session

The third sitting of the Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly was also marked by the low attendance of the members, though the quorum was not pointed out during the course of sitting, reports the Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet on National Assembly Proceedings.

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Women disenfranchised in a low turnout election

ISLAMABAD: Thousands of women were disenfranchised as mostly men in PF-75 Lakki Marwat went to the polls on February 10, 2010 which was characterized by low turnout, procedural irregularities, and illegal campaigning and canvassing around polling stations, says preliminary report released by the Free

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NA meets for less than three hours

The Second Sitting of Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly met for less than three hours with 31 members present at the outset, reports the Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet on National Assembly Proceedings.

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First Sitting of 19th Session Marked by low MNA Attendance

The Nineteenth Session of the National Assembly began with a very low attendance of members, though the quorum was not pointed out throughout the First Sitting that was held on Monday, reports the Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet on National Assembly Proceedings.

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50% legislators participate in 18th National Assembly Session

ISLAMABAD, February 2, 2010: Almost fifty percent legislators participated in the proceedings of the Eighteenth Session of the National Assembly that concluded on January 29, 2010, reports the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its Parliament Performance Update-IX. The participation of MNAs i.e. 46 percent in the eighteenth session was relatively higher than earlier sessions…

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