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Parliamentary Values and Best Practices, Participants’ Handbook Module 9, May 2013

The core values of integrity, accountability and transparency are the hallmark of effective Parliaments and public representatives the world over. These outline the basic principles that all Members of the Parliament are expected to comply in order to win the trust of the public, who then provide them complete support in undertaking public reforms and […]

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PIPS Article in International Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development, (Bradford University UK) December 2012

There has been a tradition of seeking to address the under-representation of women in public life through the use of affirmative action including through reserved seats in the national and provincial legislatures in response to local political pressures the ….

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Role of Women Parliamentarians and Research Practices in Pakistan

The Parliamentary Elections for National as well as state legislators in 2008, proved to be a watershed for a greater, more informed and effective participation of women parliamentarians in Pakistan. This article is an appraisal of the evolving role of female parliamentarians, the constraints that they face and steps that can be taken to enhance […]

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Advanced Legislative Research, 2012

I am pleased to share the Module on Advanced Legislative Research with the kind readers and all concerned stakeholders. The module is aimed at equipping Members and parliamentary functionaries of the National Parliament and Provincial Assemblies, with the concept of legislative research and to develop essential skills required to conduct research and analysis for individual […]

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Drafting and Assessing Legislation Participant’s Handbook September, 2012

I am pleased to share the Module on Drafting and Assessing Legislation with the kind readers and all concerned stakeholders. The module is aimed at equipping Members and parliamentary functionaries of the National Parliament and the Provincial Assemblies, with the concept of legislative drafting and the develop essential skills required to comprehend the semantics of […]

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Drafting and Assessing Legislation, 2012

Legislation is one of the foremost responsibility of parliamentarians and it was directly required to develop an easy to understand a simplest curriculum for training’s on assessing legislation’s for social change. In this context, Mr Muhammad Rashid Mafzool Zaka, h as developed a 121 page comprehensive module on Assessing Legislation for social change in 2008.

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Speaker’s Article on 18th Amendment in CPA Journal, 2011

The unanimous passage of the 18th constitutional amendment bill by parliament has moved Pakistan away from a presidential from of government susceptible to military coups , says the speaker of the national assembly. I is now a true parliamentary democracy as envisioned by its founders in 1947 and by its two former prime ministers in […]

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Deputy Speaker’s Article on PIPS in CPA Journal, 2011

The establishment of a sustainable institute for legislative research and capacity building has been a long standing aspiration of parliamentarians and parliamentary staff in Pakistan. The establishment of the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services, PIPS, through an Act of Parliament is a major step towards the realization of this objective.

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DISCOVER THE PARLIAMENT OF PAKISTAN – GUIDE FOR YOUTH 2010

Jinnah placed great importance on the youth and gave his advice to students on several occasions. At a public meeting in Dhaka on March 21, 1948, he said: “My young friends, students who are present here, let me tell you as one who has always had love and affection for you, who has served you […]

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Senators Orientation Handbook (Urdu) 2009-2010

The 1973 Constitution, promulgated on 14 August 1973, provided for a parliamentary form of government with abicameral legislature – the National Assembly and the Senate.The Senate, the upper house of the Parliament, has equal representation from each province, balancing theprovincial inequality in the National Assembly, where the number of members is based on population of […]

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