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Good student-to-teacher ratios observed in 103 government schools a report based on the monitoring of 147 girls’ primary schools in 89 districts nationwide in October 2011

[ 0 ] November 28, 2011 | Government Institutions

Islamabad: Good student-to-teacher ratios were observed in 103 out of 147 state-run girls’ primary schools monitored nationwide in October but continue to lack essential facilities, according to a report released by the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Monday. The report said in 67 schools in Punjab, on average, one teacher was available to […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 10: Session No. 36 of the National Assembly Low MNAs Attendance Remains an Issue in Last Sitting

[ 0 ] November 25, 2011 | Government Institutions

Islamabad: The National Assembly passed the two Bills which appeared on the Orders of the Day during the last sitting of the 36th session. Spread over two hours and five minutes, the last sitting was also marked by low attendance of Members, with only 27 Legislators present at the outset, and 58 present when the […]

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Election Commission of Pakistan urged to ensure women’s access to by-polls in Kohistan

[ 0 ] November 22, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: The Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Tuesday urged the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to take pro-active measures against any informal agreements among candidates and other local stakeholders to prevent women from voting in the by-election for PK-61 Kohistan-1 in violation of the Constitution, election laws, and international legal obligations. The ECP […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 5: Session No. 36 of the National Assembly Low Attendance Sitting Leaves All Regular Agenda Unaddressed

[ 0 ] November 18, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: The National Assembly met for two hours and eight minutes during the fifth sitting of the ongoing 36th session. The House did not take up any formal agenda which appeared on the Orders of the Day, as the Members raised a total of 15 Points of Order, which failed to attract the Chair’s formal […]

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District Headquarters’ overstaffed, lack psychiatry and physiotherapy services A Report Based on Monitoring of 55 District Headquarter Hospitals in September 2011

[ 0 ] November 18, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: A Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) monitoring report on Friday said several cases of overstaffing for administrative, support staff and other positions were observed in 55 District Headquarter Hospitals (DHQs) across Pakistan in September this year. Out of the 55 DHQs, FAFEN Governance Monitors visited 22 in Punjab, 12 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 11 […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 09: Session No. 35 of the National Assembly Productive 9th National Assembly Sitting Witnesses PMLN-MQM tussle

[ 0 ] October 13, 2011 | Government Institutions, Misc.

Islamabad: The National Assembly disposed of almost the entire agenda of the ninth sitting of the ongoing 35th session. The agenda-focused sitting witnessed relatively better attendance, with 62 Members present when the sitting started, while 156 Members were present when it was adjourned. A maximum of 210 Members were present at one point of the […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 8: Session No. 35 of the National Assembly Sitting Marked by Low Attendance

[ 0 ] October 12, 2011 | Government Institutions

Islamabad: The National Assembly met for two hours and 30 minutes during the eighth sitting of the ongoing 35th session. The sitting, which started 65 minutes late, witnessed low attendance, with only 77 Members present at the beginning and 92 at the end of the sitting. The chairperson of the Standing Committee on Law, Justice […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 5: Session No. 35 of the National Assembly 35th Session of National Assembly: Low Attendance Persists in Fifth Sitting too

[ 0 ] October 7, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: The National Assembly met for an hour and 45 minutes during the fifth sitting of the ongoing 35th session. The sitting was marked by low attendance of Members, with only 52 present at the outset and 64 present at the adjournment of the sitting. The House continued debates on the energy crisis, power outages, […]

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4th Sitting Marked by PMLN Boycott, Low Attendance

[ 0 ] October 6, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: The National Assembly met for two hours and 45 minutes during the 4th sitting of the ongoing 35th session. Like previous sittings of the session, the quorum was lacking at various stages of the sitting. However, it was not raised by any of the Members. A total of 38 Legislators were observed to be […]

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Free and Fair Election Network Daily Factsheet: Sitting No. 1: Session No. 35 of the National Assembly First Sitting of National Assembly debates Load Shedding, Oil Prices

[ 0 ] October 3, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: The National Assembly met for three hours and 22 minutes during the first sitting of the 35th session on Monday, reports the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its Daily Factsheet on the National Assembly Proceedings. The House suspended the regular agenda to debate on the load shedding of electricity and price hike […]

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10 million eligible citizens are missing from the Draft Voters Rolls

[ 0 ] October 1, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: A FAFEN monitoring report on Friday said more than 10 million eligible citizens are missing from the Draft Voters Rolls currently undergoing door-to-door verification by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). It said the deficit between eligible and registered voters has arisen primarily due to lapses in the House Listing Operation conducted by the […]

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One-fifth of FIRs registered about thefts, car lifting, robberies and dacoities

[ 0 ] September 8, 2011 | Misc.

Islamabad: A FAFEN crime monitoring report on Thursday said around one-fifth of the FIRs registered in 66 districts across the country in June this year were about thefts, car lifting, and robberies and dacoities. The report said out of the total 39,497 registered FIRs, 7,204 (18%) were about cases of thefts, stealing of vehicles, and […]

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