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El Parlamento aprueba una enmienda constitucional que permitiría a Sharif volver a liderar la PML-N

03 Oct 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Periódico Expansión.

El Parlamento de Pakistán ha aprobado este lunes una enmienda constitucional que permitiría al ex primer ministro Nawaz Sharif volver a liderar la gubernamental Liga Musulmana de Pakistán-Nawaz (PML-N), que ya le ha nominado para el puesto.

 La enmienda permite a una persona descalificada de la vida política ser líder de un partido, lo que permitiría a Sharif volver a liderar la PML-N tras ser cesado como primer ministro por el Tribunal Supremo.

Lahore celebrates Kulsoom's victory in NA-120 by-poll

18 Sep 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

he wife of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is all set to be officially declared victorious after securing majority votes in the parliamentary by-election for her husband's seat in NA-120, which became vacant when Sharif was ousted from office.

Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz led the campaign on behalf of her ailing mother Kulsoom Nawaz, the candidate, who is being treated for throat cancer in London.

The seat has long been controlled by Sharif and his allies, but the by-election was seen as a test of the popularity of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.

El Parlamento de Pakistán elige a Shahid Khaqan Abbasi como primer ministro

01 Ago 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
El Español

El Parlamento de Pakistán ha elegido a Shahid Khaqan Abbasi como primer ministro interino, después de que el Tribunal Supremo cesara a Nawaz Sharif por aparecer en los papeles de Panamá. "Shahid Khaqan Abbasi ha sido declarado primer ministro de la República Islámica de Pakistán" tras conseguir el voto de 221 de los 241 diputados, ha afirmado el portavoz del Parlamento, Ayaz Sadiq.

Un aliado de Sharif se perfila como nuevo primer ministro de Pakistán frente a una oposición dividida

31 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
ABC

El exministro de Petróleo paquistaní Shahid Jaqan Abbasi ha presentado formalmente este lunes su candidatura para convertirse en nuevo primer ministro y ha prometido que, si se cumplen los pronósticos y sale elegido, seguirá adelante con las políticas emprendidas por Nawaz Sharif, apartado de la jefatura del Gobierno por las revelaciones de los Papeles de Panamá sobre la fortuna de su familia.

Pakistan court begins hearings to decide PM Nawaz Sharif's future

17 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Guardian

Pakistan’s supreme court has begun hearings that will decide the future of the prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, who is fighting for his job and contesting a damning corruption report by an investigative panel.

The supreme court is expected to order Sharif be tried Sharif on corruption charges, or disqualify him, but few expect the judges to dismiss the case after the panel tabled a damaging 254-page report into his family wealth.

All set for by-elections in NA-260

12 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

QUETTA: The Election Commissioner of Balochistan, Mohammad Naeem Majeed Jaffar, has said that all arrangements have been completed for holding on July 15 by-elections in NA-260 Quetta-cum-Chagai.

The National Assembly constituency comprises some parts of Quetta, Chagai and Noshki districts. Necessary instructions have been issued to the deputy commissioners for holding free, fair and transparent elections.

The Provincial Election Commissioner said that measures had also been undertaken for conducting elections in a peaceful atmosphere.

Pakistan's largest-ever census kicks off in 63 districts amid tight security

15 Mar 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

Pakistan’s largest-ever population census kicked off on Wednesday in 63 districts of the country after a delay of 19 years.

High security was in place as thousands of enumerators backed by the military began the enormous, politically-charged count.

The weeks-long process will deploy a team of more than 300,000 people and involve 55 million forms — as well as a second, separate form distributed by the military.

“It's a very hectic process, but we are ready for it,” Nadeem Ehsan, a teacher clad in a yellow Pakistan Census 2017 jacket in Peshawar, told AFP.

JUI-F, JI oppose mandatory 10pc women voting

16 Feb 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the sub-committee of the Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reforms held in the Parliament House on Wednesday could not reach a consensus on the issue of 10 per cent mandatory participation of women in elections after the Jamiat-i-Ulema-i-Islam-F (JUI-F) and Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) opposed the proposal presented by other parliamentary parties. 

The JUI-F and JI stuck to their stance for only 5pc participation of women in the elections, although other parliamentary parties demanded at least 10pc participation for validation of polls. 

Electoral reforms

09 Feb 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Pakistan Observer

AT long last, the lengthy process of electoral reforms seems to be moving towards its culmination as Federal Cabinet, in principle, has cleared the consensus recommendations of Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reforms and now these would be laid down before Parliament next month for required constitutional amendments and passage of a consolidated electoral law.

Cabinet makes ECP autonomous

08 Feb 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Pakistan Today

Federal Cabinet on Tuesday accorded approval to Electoral Reforms Bill – paving the way for envisaging “total financial, administrative and functional autonomy” to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

However, the bill did not touch upon implementation of articles 62 and 63 because the committee failed to evolve consensus on the issue. Hence, the issue of the implementation of ‘Sadiq’ and ‘Ameen’ for all candidates has not been touched upon in the draft legislation.

Pakistan electoral reform plans aim to boost women's participation in politics

07 Feb 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Reuters

LAHORE, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Reforms to Pakistan's electoral laws making it mandatory for political parties to allot five percent of their tickets to women candidates were approved on Tuesday by the federal cabinet, the country's highest decision-making body.

Under Pakistan's constitution, women are guaranteed seats through a quota system in the national parliament and regional assemblies in Punjab, Sindh, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan provinces.

Over 95pc women in 17 constituencies didn’t vote in 2013

01 Ene 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

ISLAMABAD: Over 95 per cent of registered women voters in at least 17 National Assembly constituencies did not cast their votes in the 2013 general elections.

A document prepared by the Election Commission of Pakistan, available with Dawn, reveals that turnout of women voters was less than one per cent in five of these constituencies. 

According to disaggregated voters’ data, only one woman out of the total 138,910 registered in NA-33 (Upper Dir) had exercised her right to vote.

Draft bill on electoral reforms tabled in NA

21 Dic 2016
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

ISLAMABAD: The government tabled on Tuesday a draft bill on electoral reforms in the National Assembly which gives complete administrative and financial powers to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), increases the election expenses limits for both National Assembly and provincial assemblies’ seats by 150 per cent and makes it mandatory for registration of any political party to have at least 1,000 members.

'PML-N passing law against honour killings'

20 Jul 2016
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Nation

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz plans to pass long-delayed legislation against “honour killings” within weeks in the wake of the high-profile murder of outspoken social media star Qandeel Baloch, the daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday. 

The bill will go before a parliamentary committee as early as Thursday, said Maryam Nawaz Sharif, who is an increasingly influential member of her father's ruling party.

Ex-Air Chief denies coup role as Turkey presses purge

19 Jul 2016
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Nation

Turkey has sacked almost 9,000 officials in its relentless crackdown against suspected coup plotters, authorities said Monday, as the former air force chief denied masterminding the weekend's failed putsch. 

With Western allies expressing alarm over fears Ankara that could reinstate the death penalty in response to Friday's dramatic coup bid, General Akin Ozturk appeared in court, looking haggard and with his ear bandaged.

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