13th National Assembly of Pakistan: Annual Report 2010-2011

This annual report reviews the performance of 13th National Assembly in the third parliamentary year (March 2010 to March 2011). During this period, 10 regular sessions of the Lower House and two joint sessions of the Parliament were held. However, the report covers only the regular sessions. Marked by the passage of the historical 18th Amendment, the parliamentary year also witnessed improvement in terms of Members’ participation in the proceedings, lawmaking, and utilization of session time. The Lower House held more sittings in the third parliamentary year than the second.

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13th National Assembly of Pakistan: Annual Report 2010-2011 (Urdu Version)

This annual report reviews the performance of 13th National Assembly in the third parliamentary year (March 2010 to March 2011). During this period, 10 regular sessions of the Lower House and two joint sessions of the Parliament were held. However, the report covers only the regular sessions. Marked by the passage of the historical 18th…

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13th National Assembly of Pakistan: Annual Report 2009- 2010

This report is an analysis of the performance of the 13th National Assembly of Pakistan during its second parliamentary year (March 2009 to March 2010) – the last session, however, continued till April 2, 2010. During this period, nine regular sessions of the National Assembly and three joint sessions of the two houses of the Parliament were held. However, the report covers only the regular sessions of the National Assembly, also called the Lower House.

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13th National Assembly of Pakistan Annual Report 2009- 2010 - Urdu Version

13th National Assembly of Pakistan Annual Report 2009- 2010 – Urdu Version

The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) is a nationwide coalition of 35 civil society organizations working to strengthen all forms of democratic accountabilities in Pakistan. Currently, FAFEN is implementing the Democratic Governance Programme in 150 National Assembly constituencies across 108 districts of the country, seeking to encourage and facilitate public actions and demands for…

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