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Upcoming & Fresh Elections

Following is the list of upcoming election(s) in Pakistan that will be held in near future. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

Local Bodies Elections in KPK

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Local Bodies Elections In Punjab

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Local Bodies Elections In Balochistan

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Presidential Election

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Local Bodies Elections In Sindh

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Local Bodies Elections In Islamabad

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National Assembly Elections

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Punjab Assembly Elections

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Sindh Assembly Elections

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KPK Assembly Elections

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Balochistan Assembly Elections

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Previous Older Elections

Following is the list of previous election(s) in Pakistan. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

Rawalpindi Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Peshawar

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Chaklala Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Wah

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Cantonment Board Taxila

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Lahore Cantonment Board

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Walton Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Clifton

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Cantonment Board Faisal

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Cantonment Board Malir

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Karachi Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Korangi Creek

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Cantonment Board Hyderabad

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Cantonment Board Quetta

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Cantonment Board Abbottabad

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Cantonment Board Sargodha

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Cantonment Board Multan

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Cantt Boards

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AJK Legislative Assembly

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Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly

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General Election

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PMDC Elections

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Pak Statement

Coalition party decides to support government until 2023

According to Express News, a meeting of coalition parties was held under the leadership of the Prime Minister in which other coalition party leaders including JUI chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman, PPP co-chair Asif Ali Zardari and MQM organizer Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui participated.
The meeting discussed the decisions issued by the Supreme Court while all the allies decided to support and remain in government until August 2023, ensuring that all decisions of the Prime Minister will be fully supported.
It was decided at the meeting that a legal opinion on the decision of the Supreme Court would soon be sought. - Posted on : 18-May-2022

Dissident MPs are not counted : SC

In a significant development, Pakistans Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the votes of MPs who oppose the parliamentary partys directives cannot be counted.

The court, which issued its decision seeking an interpretation of Article 63 (A) of the Constitution relating to deviant legislators, said the law could not be interpreted in isolation.

The plenary session closed todays indictment trial filed by President Arif Ali on March 21. The trial lasted 58 days from the date of submission.
In separate judgments, three judges - Pakistans Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial, Judge Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Judge Muneeb Akhtar - agreed that the votes of dissenting members should not be counted.

Meanwhile, Judge Jamal Mandokhel and Judge Mazhar Alam Khan Mian Khel disagreed with the verdict. - Posted on : 17-May-2022

1st stage of LB elections in Punjabs 17 districts will be on 29 May

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Wednesday announced the holding of the first phase of local body elections in Punjab and said that electoral exercises in 17 districts would be held on May 29.
According to the ECP, the meeting chaired by Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja decided that in the first stage the local body elections would be held in 17 Punjab districts on 29 May and in the first stage the local body elections would be held in Dera Ghazi Khan. Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh, Layyah, Khanewal, Vehari and Bahawalpur, Sahiwal, Pakpattan, Toba Tek Singh, Khushab, Sialkot, Gujarat, Hafizabad, Mandi Bahauddin, Jhelum and Attock.
There is speculation that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will face a tough challenge from its main political rival in the province. Several other parties including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Peoples Party and Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan may also oppose it in some constituencies.
However, there are indications in the media that the PTI may seek support from the TLP on a give and take basis in some constituencies. According to the ECP schedule issued on 27 December 2021, the delimitation committee made a preliminary list of constituencies for local body elections in all 36 commission offices in the province, including neighborhood and village councils. Details are also included.
The delimitation committee has defined the boundaries of Mohalla and Village Councils under the 2017 Election Law and the 2021 Punjab Regional Government Ordinance, according to which at least 2544 Neighborhood Councils and 3128 Village Councils have been formed. - Posted on : 04-May-2022

Rashid predicts a bloody long march.

The former interior minister on Tuesday expressed concern that Islamabad chairman PTI chairman Imran Khans long march could be "bloody" and demanded intervention from "strong circles".

Rashids prediction came a day after he claimed that PML-N leaders were planning to kill him and try to attack the Long March. He said his life was in danger because Sharifs family and other PML-N leaders wanted to get rid of him.
Speaking to the media in Rawalpindi on Tuesday afternoon, Sheikh Rashid said, "There will be no peace in a country where there are drug dealers as Minister of Home Affairs."

"These people want to take the situation elsewhere, but we pray for peace in the country," he said, adding that street fighting had started and he blamed Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.

He reaffirmed his support for Imran Khan and said he will support him on a long journey.

The former interior minister said people whose faces the people did not want to see had been given power.

"The situation in the country is bad and this issue should be resolved by May 31," he said, adding that the election date should be fixed within 90 days. - Posted on : 03-May-2022

Pay and Vote, not get paid for Vote

It is a common topic of todays political debates that our members of National and Provincial assemblies looted public money and did not work for the uplift of poor. How it is possible that a person who invests a very huge amount in election to get a MNA or MPA seat and serve for others. He definitely try to recover his investment with a high rate of interest. Therefore, if we like that our MNAs and MPAs to server the common man needs and the nation then we should not expect ROTTI SHOTTI and CHAI PANI from them. We should pay a small amount just like Rs. 100 to 500 to party funds or our own candidate for the election expenses and that we my expect that our MNAs and MPAs will server the cause of Nation and the poor masses. - Posted on : 06-April-2022

In reply Why compulsory voting?

Ok Aneeta, there should be compulsory voting for the betterment of the country. But let me know why people vote to a candidate if they think that none of the contesting candidates is eligible to get their precious vote.
So in my opinion there should be compulsory voting be there must be an option that none of the contestant is eligible. If this opting get maximum votes then all the contesting candidates be disqualified for a period of at least 5 years.
This is the proper way to empower the general public to decide who should rule them. - Posted on : 31-March-2022

Why compulsory voting and Majority Vote to win?

Two days ago it was a ticker on private TV channels quoting chief election commissioner Fakhro Bhai on election reforms for upcoming elections in the country that there will be compulsory voting and Majority vote i.e. a candidate should get more than 50% to win a seat. But later spokes person of CEC had denied about Majority vote.
Both Compulsory voting and Majority vote are necessary to check actual will of the voters. In previous elections about one third of the voters only exercised there vote. If a person don't vote it means he or she is not like to participate in the welfare of the State and Nation. So such persons should be fined at least Rs. 500 for not voting. This will not only enforce voters towards voting but also generate some revenue to fulfill election expenditure.
Secondly Majority vote to win, in previous elections it was observed that due to division of votes in a long number of candidates, some of the winning candidates got as low as 9% of the total registered votes in the constituency. Which is abuse of the peoples mandate. Therefore, it should be majority vote to win in upcoming and all the future elections. It can be done in 2 phase of 2 round voting.
If a candidate gets more than 50% of the polled votes he or she will be declared successful but if none of the candidates in the constituency get more than 50% of the polled votes there should be a 2nd round of the voting between TWO top candidates on the basis of votes they will get. Now one of the candidates will be successful for the said constituency. This second round can be after 3 days of the first round in constituencies where winning candidates can not be decided because of less than 50% votes by any of the candidates. - Posted on : 25-March-2022

1st phase of LB elections in Punjabs 17 districts will be on 29 May.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Wednesday announced the holding of the first phase of local body elections in Punjab and said that electoral exercises in 17 districts would be held on May 29.
According to the ECP, the meeting chaired by Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja decided that in the first stage the local body elections would be held in 17 Punjab districts on 29 May and in the first stage the local body elections would be held in Dera Ghazi Khan. Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh, Layyah, Khanewal, Vehari and Bahawalpur, Sahiwal, Pakpattan, Toba Tek Singh, Khushab, Sialkot, Gujarat, Hafizabad, Mandi Bahauddin, Jhelum and Attock.

There is speculation that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will face a tough challenge from its main political rival in the province. Several other parties including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Peoples Party and Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan may also oppose it in some constituencies.

However, there are indications in the media that the PTI may seek support from the TLP on a give and take basis in some constituencies. According to the ECP schedule issued on 27 December 2021, the delimitation committee made a preliminary list of constituencies for local body elections in all 36 commission offices in the province, including neighborhood and village councils. Details are also included.

The delimitation committee has defined the boundaries of Mohalla and Village Councils under the 2017 Election Law and the 2021 Punjab Regional Government Ordinance, according to which at least 2544 Neighborhood Councils and 3128 Village Councils have been formed. - Posted on : 17-February-2022

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