Category Archives: democratic culture of Pakistan

Will People of Pakistan Defend their Democracy? A clue from Abortive Turkish Military Coup

The challenge for the incumbent government and political parties is to gain the trust of the people and wining their hearts, only than people will defend, protect and preserve their democracy and there will be no unconstitutional threat. Failing in gaining trust of people may lead to disastrous consequences. Continue reading

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The need for decentralised governance

there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ formula for decentralization. Different countries can have different aspect of decentralization according to their own countries’ socio-political scenario. Continue reading

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Challenges for new government

The new government would not be able to do any overnight miracles. However, one sector where it can provide immediate relief is energy and power sector By Dr Abid Qaiyum Suleri One prediction can be made with quite accuracy, i.e., … Continue reading

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Updated Election Analysis

By: Dr. Abid Qaiyum Suleri, Executive Director, SDPI suleri@sdpi.org During first week of May 2013, SDPI conducted a survey in 55 districts of Pakistan to gauge the popularity of different political parties in the context of forthcoming elections. 5700 respondents, … Continue reading

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Useful Information on General Elections 2013 (Pakistan)

The 2013 elections are around the corner, and this is the time when all the political parties start their struggles to gain popular support. It is the first time that a civilian government has completed a full term and handed … Continue reading

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