Election Observation
Fair Elections, Open Parliament and Good Governance

FAFEN is Pakistan’s most successful network of civil society networks engaged in election observation research and reforms. With TDEA’s technical and capacity-building support, FAFEN has gained both national and international recognition as a uniquely positive civil society contributor in the electoral reform process in Pakistan. FAFEN’s efforts have contributed to greater transparency and accountability in election administration. It is the first civil society network in Pakistan to have pioneered nationwide systematic observation of electoral processes. Over the years, FAFEN has:

Developed statistically rigorous election observation methodology

Become a credible source of voter education and election observation

Trained and deployed over 100,000 accredited citizen observers

Proposed evidence-based, data-driven reforms

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FAFEN REPORT ON BY-ELECTION OBSERVATION 2024

ISLAMABAD, April 23, 2024: Low voter turnout, procedural irregularities and restrictions on independent observation in two provincial constituencies in Punjab overshadowed the improved results management and lower numbers of ballots excluded from the count during April 21 elections in 22 national and provincial assembly constituencies, says Free and Fair Election Network in its report on Tuesday.

FAFEN refutes PTI leader’s claim

FAFEN refutes PTI leader's claim and asks political leaders not to make irresponsible claims...

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