ISLAMABAD, Jan 26: A Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report on Thursday said new cases of suspected AIDS, polio and probable poliomyelitis were reported at health offices in five districts out of 82 monitored in November last year. FAFEN Governance Monitors visited 29 offices of Executive District Officer/Health (EDO/Health) in Punjab, 18 each in Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and 14 in Balochistan.Details
ISLAMABAD, January 26, 2012: The Sindh Assembly met for three hours and 25 minutes during the last sitting of the ongoing session on Thursday. Fifty-three MPAs (32% of total Membership) were present at the start and 48 (29%) when the session was prorogued. The House adopted five Resolutions as two Bills were introduced during the…Details
ISLAMABAD, January 26, 2012: The eighth sitting of the Senate met for an hour and six minutes with low attendance of Senators. Only four were present at the outset of the sitting while 22 present at the adjournment.
ISLAMABAD, January 26, 2012: The first sitting of the Balochistan Assembly met for an hour and five minutes with low attendance of Members. Only 11 were present at the outset of the sitting while 10 present at the adjournment. A maximum of 13 MPAs were present at one point of the sitting. All four Questions…Details
ISLAMABAD, January 25, 2012: The Punjab Assembly passed fourteen Bills without Quorum. The siting met for four hours and 55 minutes, and witnessed low attendance with only nine Members present at the outset and 53 when the sitting was adjourned. The lack of Quorum was called on five different occasions during the sitting. Thirty-four questions…Details
ISLAMABAD, January 24: Unfinished agenda and Points of Order interrupting regular proceedings marked the National Assembly’s 38th session as it adopted a Resolution supporting democracy and passed a bill to set up a commission for women rights, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) preliminary report on Tuesday.Details
ISLAMABAD, January 23, 2012: The Punjab Assembly witnessed low attendance on Monday with only 18 Members present at the outset and 26 when the sitting was adjourned. A maximum of 52 Members (14%) out of 369 were present at one point of the sitting. None of the parliamentary leaders attended the proceedings. The lack of…Details