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The Crisis of Governance in Pakistan

Kashmir, Afghanistan, Sectarian Violence and Economic Crisis

by Musa Akkhan Jalaza"i

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Published by Sang-E-Meel Publication .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Pakistan

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9178066M
    ISBN 109693514378
    ISBN 109789693514377
    OCLC/WorldCa52458225

      The Looming Governance Crisis in Pakistan. Khan’s government relies on a number of smaller political parties to complete the numbers needed to form a government in : Umair Jamal.   With all these aforementioned essentials being followed, with respect to good governance, it is highly unlikely that a state faces a crisis – like the one being faced by Pakistan. Out of the above mentioned essentials, the domain where Pakistan lacks most significantly is .

    ""This book attempts to explain Pakistan’s crisis of governance in historical and philosophical terms. It argues that South Asia’s indigenous orientation towards the exercise of power has reasserted itself and produced a regression in the. of governance in Pakistan, the credibility of the country has fell internationally. This can be observed from the fact that the Friends of Pakistan Trust Fund, being managed by the World Bank, has not issued any funds to the country in the last two years. “The government of Pakistan needs to address corruption, as the judiciary.

    Dr. Paula Newberg and Dr. Akmal Hussain will give a joint talk on their ongoing work on the environmental crisis and the challenges of governance. In this talk, the principal features of the impact of climate change on Pakistan will be examined and the imperatives for government policy and public action for addressing the crisis would be. Impunity and the crisis of governance. Opinion. Pakistan is afflicted with this inadequacy in its systems and leadership attributes while there seems no way to break this vicious cycle. This.


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Introduction. Pakistan is not a failed state but a badly governed one. Good governance is the inevitable element of a state the absence of which deteriorates the public welfare.

The crisis of governance in Pakistan. State exists for the purpose of well-being and happiness of its citizens. Hobbes has rightly theorised the basis of state existence, and linked it with. This book attempts to examine governance in Pakistan from the perspective of the relationship between the development of state institutions and the decision making styles of key individuals within the power Size: KB.

The story of crisis of good governance does not end here. It goes far ahead. The crisis of good governance is also reflected in the judicial institutions which are rotten to the core. The concepts of fair trial and expeditious justice are alien to the prevailing system. Pakistan’s urgent problems and challenges are all governance related.

Dr Husain’s builds a strong case for understanding and confronting the crisis of governance in Pakistan in his new bookAuthor: Ammar Ali Qureshi.

In order to bring Pakistan out of the governance-crisis, reforms are essential. Among them comes first the institution building. This refers to de-personalization of state institutions. All the state institutions shall be let to work independently without any undue influence and blackmailing.

Pakistan needs to review its policies regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of governance at all levels with a serious concern for development and growth in the short term and long term.

It is an established fact that poor governance leads to corruption in a number of ways G.W. Choudhry, Constitutional Development in Pakistan, (Lahore: The Id eal Book House, 1 ), in this book of wrote b riefly history of con stitutional d evelopment and i ssues o f dela y.

Five causes of the crisis. I.A. Rehman find a study of Prof Moonis Ahmar’s book Conflict Management & Secular Pakistan, immensely rewarding. compared to any of the government that have. But decentralisation is not a panacea for resolving Pakistan’s perennial crisis of governance and underdevelopment.

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The Musharraf Regime and the Governance Crisis: A Case Study of the Government of Pakistan3/5. Pakistan. Ministry of Information and National Affairs. White paper on the crisis in East Pakistan. [Islamabad] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Pakistan.

Ministry of Information and National Affairs. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description. "Dedicated to the legacy of the late Hameed Nizami" Arif Nizami (Editor) 4-Shaarey Fatima Jinnah, Lahore Ph: +92 42 Fax: Ph: +92.

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