ISLAMABAD, December 13, 2013: The eighth sitting of Senate’s 99th session was marked by low attendance with 16 lawmakers present at the start and 58 at the end of the proceedings, says Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet based on directDetails
ISLAMABAD, December 12, 2013: The Upper House of Parliament debated the contours of foreign policy for 54 minutes amidst low attendance of legislators during the 7th sitting of Senate’s 99th session, on Thursday, says Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet based on direct observation of the House.Details
ISLAMABAD, December 11, 2013: Starting 43 minutes behind schedule, the 6th sitting of the 99th session of the Upper House was marked by low attendance, as only 32 senators were present at the outset and 28 at the adjournment, says Free and Fair ElectionDetails
ISLAMABAD, December 6, 2013: The entire agenda of the fifth sitting of Senate’s 99th session was suspended to hold a debate to pay tributes to the South African revolutionary leader, Nelson Mandela, who passed away on Friday, says Free and Fair ElectionDetails
ISLAMABAD, December 5, 2013: Low attendance of Senators was observed, as the House continued its debate on the recent price-hike in petroleum products, gas and electricity charges and other essential items, says Free and Fair Elections Network in its daily factsheet.
ISLAMABAD, December 4, 2013: The Senators spent two hours to discuss the recent hike in the prices of petroleum products, gas and electricity and other essential items during the third sitting of the 99th session on Wednesday, says the Daily Factsheet of Free andDetails
ISLAMABAD, December 3, 2013: Starting 32 minutes late, the second sitting of the ongoing 99th Senate session witnessed low attendance of Senators as 17 were present at the outset while 45 were there at the adjournment says Free and Fair Election Network.
The sitting lasted two hours and 35 minutes.Details
ISLAMABAD, December 2, 2013: The first sitting of the Senate’s 99th session was marked by low attendance of Senators, as the House left more than two-third of the agenda on the Orders of the Day unaddressed, says Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet based on direct observationDetails
ISLAMABAD, November 11, 2013: Marked by low attendance of Senators, boycott by Opposition Benches, ministerial absence, the 98th session of the Senate left more than three-fourth of the Agenda Items listed on the Orders of the Day unaddressed, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its reportDetails