Pakistan General Elections 2013

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Who will be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan ?

  1. General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani

    2 vote(s)
    4.8%
  2. General Pervez Musharraf

    1 vote(s)
    2.4%
  3. Imran Khan

    14 vote(s)
    33.3%
  4. Asif Ali Zardari

    2 vote(s)
    4.8%
  5. Nawaz Sharif

    23 vote(s)
    54.8%
  6. Yousaf Raza Gillani

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. Blackwater

    Blackwater Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    Dear Members,

    Please use this thread to discuss any news regarding Pakistan general election.

    Any Important public rally

    Any bomb blast

    Any target killing related to election

    Any results

    let make this thread hot and alive:thumb::thumb:

    :namaste::namaste::namaste:
     
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    Blackwater Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    First thing happen will be zardari will leave Pakistan on 16 night to either Dubai or UK
     
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    Quetta: District Election Commissioner shot dead

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    QUETTA: Unidentified armed men shot dead District Election Commissioner in Satellite town of Quetta, Geo News reported.

    According to sources, Ziaullah was on his way home when unidentified armed men attacked the rickshaw he was travelling in near Chandi chowk in Satellite Town. The driver of the rickshaw was injured in the attack.

    Ziaullah succumbed to his injuries while being taken to the hospital. His body has been shifted to Civil Hospital for post mortem.


    Quetta: District Election Commissioner shot dead - geo.tv
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    zardari will remain until sept if i am not wrong.
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Oh he takes permission with you to stay ;) , what if he wins using black magic for which is known for:taunt:
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    i will either apply for indian citizenship or afghanistan if he's selected again
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Even im thinking of the same when UPA 3 wins in 2014 Indian election:p
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Pak Elections will be a carnival and ISI orchestrated monkey business!
     
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    and bloody too. more blood shed expected in next 3 months
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Blood is the essence of life.

    So, blood letting is the instrument of a cleaner life! ;)

    Or so is their mantra!
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    aik baar is govt ko girne do

    pir shanti hi shanti
     
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    this time more monkey will be in pak carnival

    saudis backed PML-N

    jihadi backs JUI

    American backed PPP

    Imran''s PTI

    ISI /army backed Mussy''s APML

    Not to forget joker/marasi backed MQM

    Chaudhary shujaat hussain PML-Q

    Qadri a new Canadian joker


    it will be very interesting circus
     
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    girne se ashanti hoti ha shanti nahi

    BTW actual action of blood-shed will start after this govt fall
     
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    ECP staffers observe pen-down strike against Commissioner’s killing

    QUETTA: Employees of Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) are observing pen-down strike across Balochistan against the killing of district election commissioner in Quetta, Geo News reported.

    According to details, ECP employees are observing pen-down strike across the province against the killing of district election commissioner Ziaullah in Quetta on Tuesday.

    The staffer demanded immediate arrest of the culprits besides providing protection to the ECP workers. They also held protest demonstration.

    Ziaullah was shot dead by unidentified armed men in Satellite town of Quatta on Tuesday.

    ECP staffers observe pen-down strike against Commissioner’s killing - geo.tv
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    You mean the "General Elections" where they are happily forced to choose their "General"? :confused: For example below...

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    Well you can not denied their role in pak history and democracy
     
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    National Assembly annuls Musharraf-era ‘mischief’


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    ISLAMABAD: With its time ticking by, the National Assembly moved with lightning speed on Tuesday to strike off a perceived Musharraf-era ‘mischief’ from an electoral law and exempt politicians from personally delivering their nomination papers to returning officers.

    While only four days were left of its five-year term, and possibly only a day or two of its present session, the house also did a quick work of two pending private bills — one to prohibit corporal punishment in schools and care institutions and the other to promote reproductive healthcare rights of men and women — which were passed unanimously.

    But the alacrity seen in bringing and adopting only a hand-written draft of a private bill with the consent of all major political parties for an amendment to the Representation of People Act, 1976, and delete an article of a 2002 decree of then military president Pervez Musharraf was rare.

    After some hectic consultations between key lawmakers on the two sides of the aisle, rules were suspended to allow an immediate introduction of the bill although it was not on the day’s agenda, and it was voted upon without being referred for vetting to a house standing committee concerned.

    The mover of what was called the Election Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2013, Zahid Hamid of the opposition Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N), said his amendment sought to undo changes made by Gen Musharraf to prevent both his party’s chief Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan People’s Party chairperson Benazir Bhutto from standing as candidates while they were in foreign exile by making it mandatory for candidates to personally deliver their nomination papers to returning officers.

    But Law and Justice Minister Farooq H. Naek, while supporting the bill, mentioned only the late Ms Bhutto as the target of Gen Musharraf’s amendment, probably keeping in mind a deal the PML-N leader had struck with the general who had toppled him as prime minister in a 1999 coup, to refrain from taking part in politics for 10 years in exchange for being released from prison and sent in exile to Saudi Arabia.

    The amendment, which must also be passed by the Senate to become law, to restore the pre-2002 position says: “Every nomination paper shall be delivered to the returning officer by the candidate or by his proposer or seconder or, if so authorised in writing by the candidate, by his nominee, and the returning officer shall acknowledge receipt of the nomination paper specifying the date and time of receipt.”

    It also omits a related article in the Conduct of General Elections, 2002, Order issued by Gen Musharraf in his position as chief executive.

    As support for the amendment also came from some other lawmakers, including Education and Training Minister Sheikh Waqqas Akram of the PML-Q and Wasim Akhtar of the opposition Muttahida Qaumi Movement, the law minister said he hoped the bill would be passed by the Senate as well in the next two to three days — although it was later put on the Senate agenda for Wednesday — so it doesn’t lapse with the National Assembly’s automatic dissolution with the completion if its tenure on Saturday.

    The only “no” in the voice vote on the bill came from a PPP dissident, Syed Nasir Ali Shah, from Quetta who was protesting at the time over his allegations of not being fully heard by the chair and an unexplained bill of his not taken up for a year and a half.

    Corporal punishment
    Of the two other private bills authored by PML-Q’s Attiya Inayatullah and adopted by the house, the Prohibition of Corporal Punishment Bill provides for “the protection of children against corporal punishment in all types of educational institutions, including formal and non-formal, both public and private, and in childcare institutions, including foster care and any other alternative care setting, both public and private”.

    Penalties under this law, which will override all other laws now in force, will include — among minors ones — withholding promotion or increment, stopping promotion and recovery from pay of any pecuniary loss, and — among major ones — reduction to lower post or time-scale, compulsory retirement, removal and dismissal from service.

    Dr Inayatullah’s second draft — the Reproductive Healthcare and Rights Bill — with her party colleague Donya Aziz as co-sponsor, seeks to give, according to its statement of objects and reasons, legal status to what it called the “principal” Islamic-ordained right to life “because in Pakistan, on average 80 women die every day because of pregnancy-related complications”.

    “This bill seeks to promote the reproductive healthcare rights of men and women and to redress the complications related to pregnancy and childbirth, which are among the leading causes and consequence of mortality and morbidity for women of reproductive age…”

    Another private bill of Ms Aziz to provide for a charter of child rights was first deferred in the middle of its consideration over an unexplained objection from the law minister and when the chair called for its reconsideration later, lack of quorum forced an adjournment of the house until 5pm on Wednesday.

    But before that, the house adopted a resolution she moved with four other co-sponsors of different parties, condemning the practice of corporal punishment and calling upon caregivers in institutions such as hospices and orphanages as well as educational institutions, including schools and madressahs, to refrain from physically reprimanding children.

    At the start of the day, Speaker Fehmida Mirza informed the house of Senate messages about several bills adopted by the Senate after passage by the lower house, and about a Constitution amendment bill the upper house passed last week seeking creation of a new Bahawalpur Janoobi Punjab province from Punjab, which appears destined to die if with the dissolution of the National Assembly which seems in no position to pass it with the required two-thirds majority.

    National Assembly annuls Musharraf-era ‘mischief’ | Newspaper | DAWN.COM
     
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    Zardari is not coward like Musharraf and Nawaz Sharif. He has faced jail for years instead of running away. He is man of his words and he does not abandon his friends. Zardari ruled 5 years with Nawaz Sharif's support. Now it's turn for Nawaz Sharif's 5 years with external support from PPP, unless army rigs elections.
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::taunt::taunt:
     

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