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The Citizens Group on Electoral Process-CGEP had been formed by PILDAT in 2006, with the avowed goal of contributing towards the holding of free, fair and credible elections in Pakistan. A number of well-known personalities from the media, legal profession, civil society and former members of the superior judiciary and armed forces, but with no present affiliation with any political party, have been serving as members. The CGEP has played a key role in monitoring of the electoral process ahead of February 2008 General Elections and is now working to institute Electoral Reforms in Pakistan.
 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

CGEP warns against pre-election rigging; demands strict action

March 20; The Citizens Group on Electoral Process (CGEP), facilitated by PILDAT, has demanded strict action by the ECP against efforts of pre-electoral rigging in Pakistan

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PILDAT welcomes ECP decision to provide online public access to disclosure and declarations by Candidates

February 21; PILDAT has welcomed the decision by the ECP to make electoral candidates’ data available online. In a long-standing demand, PILDAT and its Citizens Group on Electoral Process had been asking the ECP to provide public access to disclosure and declarations made by the electoral candidates.

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No Delay in General Election: CGEP

Lahore, February 07; PILDAT Citizens Group on Electoral Process has asked that General Election in Pakistan should not be delayed for any reason.

Members of the Citizens Group were addressing a Citizens Forum on State of Electoral Reforms in Pakistan organised by PILDAT here today.

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CGEP Delegation visits ECP; interacts with Secretary and Members of the ECP

August 1; A delegation of PILDAT Citizens Group on Electoral Process visited the Election Commission of Pakistan and interacted in detail with the Secretary and Members of the Election Commission.

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