2 edition of political parties of Pakistan found in the catalog.
political parties of Pakistan
|Statement||compiler & editor, A.B.S. Jafri; contributors, Zafar Abbas ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Jafri, A. B. S.|
|LC Classifications||JQ629.A979 P65 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 130 p ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2002341482|
The writer is an independent political and defence analyst. He is also the author of several books, monographs and articles on Pakistan and South Asian affairs. Pakistan’s political parties have gone so far to appease the radical Islamist right that they have become indistinguishable from the radicals. By Umair Jamal for The Diplomat J
PILDAT’s focus on Political Parties in Pakistan has been as varied as the gamut reflecting areas of democratic governance in Pakistan. From studying and disseminating party manifestos for citizens to make informed electoral choices based on party’s pledges to building capabilities of parliamentary parties on effective discharge of. An Overview of Major Political Parties. Islam has been a strong social force in the Indo-Pakistan sub-continent since the seventh century, when Arab traders implanted it in .
Although political cultures are a dynamic phenomenon as propounded by political theorists, any rapid transformation can lead to the growth of conflictual circumstances; likewise, the continuous and prompt shifts in the political system of Pakistan, from democracy to dictatorship, mushroomed the conflictual political culture in the country. The writer is a professor of political science at LUMS, Lahore. His recent book is Imagining Pakistan: Modernism, State and the Politics of Islamic Revival (Lexington Books, ).
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"This is a long overdue, but essential, contribution to our understanding of Pakistan. With an impressive author list, this will become the go-to book on understanding political parties in Pakistan's hybrid regime." ― Katharine Adeney, Director of the Format: Paperback.
Political Parties in Pakistan by M. Rafique Afzal. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Political Parties in Pakistan” as Want to Read: Want to Read.
saving. Want to Read. Currently Reading 4/5(3). This is comprehensive and well-researched study of the nature and functioning of political parties in Pakistan. Earlier two volumes of the same book covered the periods of '' and Reviews: 1.
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Muhammad Usman Download Link 1 Download Link political parties of Pakistan book Read Online Download Link 1. Pakistan's Political Parties examines how the civilian side of the state's current regime has survived the transition to democracy, providing critical insight into the evolution of political parties in Pakistan and their role in developing democracies in an's numerous political parties span the ideological spectrum, as well as represent diverse regional, ethnic, and religious constituencies.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Afzal, M. Rafique. Political parties in Pakistan. Islamabad: National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research, Political Parties of Pakistan Urdu Book By Prof. Muhammad Usman Free download Urdu book Pakistan Ki Siyasi Jamaitain.
There will be many countries in the world where there are only two or three counting political parties, but the number of these parties in Pakistan is in hundreds. "This is a long overdue, but essential, contribution to our understanding of Pakistan.
With an impressive author list, this will become the go-to book on understanding political parties in Pakistan's hybrid regime." ― Katharine Adeney, Director of the.
In contrast, the PML political party is more on the "Right" and Conservative side of the political spectrum. In both, the political parties in Pakistan are able to embrace more ideas that appeal. Pakistan’s Political Parties examines how the civilian side of the state’s current regime has survived the transition to democracy, providing critical insight into the evolution of political parties in Pakistan and their role in developing democracies in general.
The book “Political Parties in Pakistan” () is written by_____________. Aziz B. Rafique Afzal C. None. The major parties are Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN), Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf (PTI), Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP), Pakistan Muslim League (PML), Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Awami National Party (ANP), Jamaat-e-Ulema Islami-Fazl (JUI-F), Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP).
Pakistan's Political Parties examines how the civilian side of the state's current regime has survived the transition to democracy, providing critical insight into the evolution of political parties in Pakistan and their role in developing democracies in general.
Yes, this book is also written about that period but is nonfiction and is incredibly important. Dr Mubashir Hasan is a political treasure. He is a founding member of the Pakistan Peoples Party, which is a party that has morphed and mutated tremendously since the s and currently rules Pakistan today in a completely bastardised form.
Pakistan's Political Parties is a one-of-a-kind resource for scholars, diplomats, policymakers, and journalists searching for a comprehensive overview of Pakistan's party system, with insights that extend far beyond the region.
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Basic Information About Pakistan Here are the Different Categories. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the state of political institutions, the military establishment and political parties in Pakistan. It provides a nuanced understanding of the practices of disenfranchisement by theocratic governments in the country which has relegated the people to the margins of their society.
Rafique Afzal, Political parties i n Pakistan, (Islamabad: National Commission on Histo rical and cultural Research, ) he discussed the political parties role movement and after independent in.
Democratically elected leaders can be considerably less honest and more authoritarian than military despots since all of Pakistan's "democratic" political parties.
This book analyzes constitutional development in Pakistan from its conception to the present day. It provides a case-by-case account of constitution making in Pakistan, and the inclusion of all pertinent documentation makes this essential reading for the student of law and politics.
It also provides a liberal, humanitarian reading of the travails of law members and the role of politicians and 5/5(2).Overview of Pakistani Politics - Election Political Leaders, Political Parties, Party Position, constituencies, National Assembly & Provincial Assemblies. Results, profiles, News, interviews and complete coverage on the political situation in Pakistan.Pakistan voted in general elections this week on July The main parties, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), will be locked in a predictably close difference this time is a dramatic rise in the number of religious political parties that have sensed an electoral opportunity, what with numerous corruption scandals plaguing the PML-N and.