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Smugness galore

By Arif Nizami In the wake of a Twitter war Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent suggestion that an interim setup should hold elections in Afghanistan stirred...

A look into the turnout of women voters for the 2018...

By Ghulam Dastageer, Sairah Zaidi, Rizwan Safdar 1 Not a single woman voted in Kerai. A three-kilometre long mud track leading up a mountain from the Bisham-Swat...

Elections 2018

And Orwellian Doublespeak Despite hiccups aplenty, Elections 2018 are finally being held. Pakistan in its checkered political history since 1970 has held ten national elections....

Election Fever

Spearhead Analysis – 17.07.2018 The former PM and his daughter were convicted while abroad. They chose to return to Pakistan because it was in their political...

Delimitation Issues

Spearhead Analysis – 03.07.2018 By Hira A. Shafi Senior Research Analyst, Spearhead Research Pakistan’s constitution mandates national census to be held every 10 years.  Despite that, the census was...

For whom the bell tolls

The bell has begun to toll. Most people think it is tolling for the general elections. Although these are constitutionally scheduled to be held...

Sharif’s double whammy

More to come By debarring Nawaz Sharif from heading his own party, the judges of the apex court have thrown another spanner in the works....

Poll transparency reversed

THE Elections Act, 2017, passed by parliament and signed into law by the president of Pakistan in Oct­ober 2017, has been rightly hailed as...

The Mother of All Elections

Spearhead Analysis – 01.05.2013 Election Day is May 11 and everyone across the board wants elections on time with no delay. Even the parties that...

Elections held hostage

Spearhead Analysis – 19.04.2013 By Nida Afaque Research Analyst, Spearhead Research As elections draw near, the political climate within Pakistan has turned sober. Contesting parties are working industriously to...