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Youth Standing Committees on Education & Youth Affairs and Law, Justice & Human Rights Present their Reports
Islamabad, October 25; Two Standing Committees of the Youth Parliament presented their policy review reports to the House today...........Details
     

     
6th Youth Parliament discusses Electoral Reforms
Islamabad, October 24; Third session of the 6th Youth Parliament Pakistan began by discussing required electoral reforms in Pakistan. Mr. Irshad Ahmed (YP53-SINDH06), Mr. Waqas Ishtiaq (YP46-PUNJAB27) and Mr. Javaid Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) presented a resolution that electoral representation should be proportionate to the number of popular votes polled in favour of political parties in any election, where the number of seats won should correspond to a party's polling percentage. For that purpose it was suggested that Turkish Model should be adopted as Turkey has entered a period of stability despite an unfavourable civil-military environment. By unanimous decision, the resolution was passed..........Details
     

     
     
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