ISLAMABAD, February 4, 2013: Starting an hour and 45 minutes behind schedule, the first sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 40th session met for an hour and 15 minutes on Monday offering condolences on the death of an MPA. A total of 69 Members were present at the start while 85 were there when the sitting was adjourned.Details
ISLAMABAD, December 7, 2012: Starting an hour and 35 minutes late, the Sindh Assembly on Friday unanimously adopted resolution calling for rejecting the construction of Kalabagh Dam in the third sitting of 39th session. The resolution called upon the federal government to abandon the project of constructing the dam.Details
ISLAMABAD, December 6, 2012: The second sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 39th session which met for three hours and 35 minutes on Thursday debated a resolution on the construction of Kalabagh Dam.
The resolution called upon the federal government to abandon the project of constructing the dam.
KARACHI, November 15, 2012: The first sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 39th session convened to debate the Sindh Peoples Local Government ordinance 2012 met for four hours and 48 minutes on Thursday. The members of ANP, NPP, PMLF and PML staged three walkouts, demanding the allotment of opposition seats by the speaker. Three bills appeared on…Details
KARACHI, September 29, 2012: The five sessions of the Sindh Assembly held between November 2011 and May 2012 were marked by legislation on education-related issues, and resolutions for improving access to health facilities, and condemning forced conversions of minorities, says a report launched by the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) The report is based…Details
ISLAMABAD, August 8, 2012: The second and the last sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 37th session which met for two hours and 11 minutes on Wednesday continued to witness low attendance. Nineteen (11% of 168) Members were present at the start while 86 (51%) were there when the sitting was adjourned. The Chief Minister did not…Details
ISLAMABAD June 27, 2012: The passage of the budget 2012-13 in Sindh Assembly was swift and unperturbed as the entire membership is on the treasury benches, which spent 72% of the 36th session time debating the money matters, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its preliminary report on Wednesday. In the third sitting…Details
ISLAMABAD, June 22, 2012: Starting an hour and 38 minutes behind schedule, the ninth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 36th session met for two hours on Friday. Nine MPAs – five PPPP, two MQM and one each of PMLF and PML (F-B) – debated the budget for 93 minutes (78% of the sitting time). However, the…Details