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Download YPP 2014 Standing Committees Reports:
Madrassa Education 2014: Challenges and Reforms
Report prepared by Standing Committee on Education and Youth Affairs
Energy Trade Policy: CASA 1000, Electricity Import from India, Coal Project in Assistance with China
Report prepared by Standing Committee on Energy
Tax Reforms in Pakistan
Report prepared by Standing Committee on Finance, Economic Affairs and Planning
Pakistan’s Trade Relations with India: NDMA, Challenges, Way Forward and Implications
Report prepared by Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs
National Policy for Internal Security
Report prepared by Standing Committee on National Security
Status of Religious Minorities in Pakistan
Report prepared by Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights
Youth Parliament Urges Political Parties to hold regular Internal Elections

Islamabad, January 23; Youth Parliament Pakistan has urged all Pakistani political parties to hold regular intra party elections to pave way for internal democracy in parties.

The fifth and last day of the 4th session of the Youth Parliament Pakistan started with a resolution stressing that each political party should hold intra-party elections. The House was of the opinion that intra-party elections are vital as these promote democratic culture among parties. The resolution was tabled by Mr. Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi (YP56-SINDH09) and Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04) and was unanimously adopted by the House.......Details

 

     
Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch and Chairman Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, SardarAwais Ahmed Khan Leghari address Youth Parliament Pakistan
Islamabad, January 22; The Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, MPA (PB-48 Kech-I, Balochistan) addressed the Youth Parliament on "Developments in Balochistan-Security & Education". Dr. Balochsaid that the current Government of Balochistan has formed a two-prongedpolitical and economic strategy,as both are inter relatedand can help in the development of the province...............Details

     
Youth Parliamentarians urged the Government to resolve the ongoing petroleum crisis on urgent basis
Islamabad, January 21; The third day of the 6th Youth parliament Pakistan started with the Calling Attention Notice on the ongoing shortage of petrol prevailing in the country...............Details

     
The country needs to exploit its vast reservoirs expeditiously to put an end to the prevailing energy crisis: Khawaja Muhammad Naeem
Islamabad, January 20; Khawaja Muhammad Naeem Member, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) addressed the Youth Parliament Session on "Pakistan's Energy Futures: NEPRA's role in managing National Energy Crisis"..............Details

     
     
 
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