ISLAMABAD, June 20, 2012: Starting an hour and 50 minutes behind schedule, the eighth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 36th session met for three hours and 50 minutes on Tuesday. Eleven MPAs debated the budget for 159 minutes (69% of the sitting time). Seven of these legislators belonged to PPPP, three MQM and one PMLF. However,…Details
ISLAMABAD, June 20, 2012: Heavy police presence inside polling stations and suspicious voting patterns at five polling stations marked the by-election for the PS-83 (Sanghar-VI), which compared to recent by-polls witnessed relatively better turnout, reports the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its Preliminary Report on Wednesday.Details
ISLAMABAD, June 20, 2012: Meeting only for 25 minutes on Wednesday, the last sitting of the 32nd session of the Balochistan Assembly witnessed low attendance of Members. Twenty Members (31% of the total Membership of 65) were present at the start of the sitting while 25 (38%) wereDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 20, 2012: Starting 27 minutes late, the tenth sitting of the ongoing session, which met for six hours, passed the budget on Wednesday. The House approved 50 demands for grants during the sitting.
The long-stretched sitting witnessed low attendance of MembersDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 19, 2012: Only ten legislators were present in the House when the Punjab Assembly started debate on budget on Tuesday as the 11th sitting of 38th session witnessed the treasury and opposition benches chanting slogans against each other.
Meeting for three hours and 43 minutesDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 19, 2012: Meeting only for 40 minutes on Tuesday, the 5th sitting of the 32nd session of the Balochistan Assembly unanimously approved 51 Demands for Grants. Starting 15 minutes behind schedule, the sitting witnessed 28 Members (43% of the total Membership of 65) at the start and 26 (40%) when it was adjourned.…Details
ISLAMABAD, June 19, 2012: Starting an hour and 20 minutes behind schedule, the seventh sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 36th session met for three hours and 33 minutes on Tuesday.
Seven MPAs debated the budget for 113 minutes (53% of the sitting time). Four of these legislators belongedDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 19, 2012: The ninth sitting of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s 26th session witnessed a five-minute protest by legislators shortly after the Prime Minister was disqualified by the Supreme Court. The sitting was adjourned after the protest.
All MPAs, except those belonging to PMLN, walked out ofDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 18, 2012: Starting an hour and 40 minutes behind schedule, the sixth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 36th session, which met for an hour and 50 minutes on Monday, continued debate on budget.
Five MPAs – three PPPP and one each of MQM and PML (F-B) – debated the budgetDetails