Names of MNAs finalised for parliamentary committee on electoral reforms

Names of 22 MNAs from all the different political parties have been finalised. Names of 11 Senators awaited.

Web Desk July 19, 2014

ISLAMABAD: To bring about changes in the entire electoral process, names of 22 members of National Assembly were finalised to include in the proposed parliamentary committee on election reforms, Radio Pakistan reported on Saturday.

The MNAs have been selected from all the different political parties to ensure representation.

The committee will be formed once eleven nominations from the Senate are received by the speaker of the National Assembly.

The 33-member parliamentary committee is being formed to jointly introduce reforms to the entire electoral process.


Muhammad Ali | 9 years ago | Reply

In Pakistan, we should discourage the interim government, its selection etc. It is the wastage of time and recourses. The elected government should continue like India, but their power should go with the Independent Election Commission office from the IST of October, in the election year. If the sitting PM contest election then he/she will step down and the Chairman Senate will continue as Executive head. If the current PM not taking part in the election ,then he shall continue with the small cabinet of the senators etc. For conducting general election through biometric system promoted in the country, I have some suggestion; • General election should be held in the month of November in Pakistan. • This election should be conducted in three dates not in a single day. i.e.( 1—10Nov) those area in which snow is expected, (11-20 Nov) Punjab & Islamabad, (21-30 Nov) Sind & Baluchistan. • Election Commission shall announced the final result on the 10th Dec, • National Assembly first session should be called on up to 25th Dec. • Member shall take oath, Speaker & deputy speaker should be elected and Prime Minister should be nominated, from 25th –31st December. • Ist January PM shall take oath for the period of four year.

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