7 edition of Federalism in Pakistan found in the catalog.
Federalism in Pakistan
Includes bibliographical references (p. -295).
|Contributions||University of the Punjab. Pakistan Study Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||2008344252|
Federalism in Pakistan. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This Pakistan was a Federal Republic, with powers shared between the Federal government and the provinces. Relations between federation and provinces is defined in Part V(Articles ) of the constitution. part 1: the political and constitutional design of federalism in pakistan; amohammad waseem; ashahid javed burki; ashahid hamid; part 2: the emerging intergovernmental relations; asyed jaffer ahmed; aaisha g. pasha and hafiz a. pasha; azafarullah khan; part 3: ethnicity, province, and local government; amaryam khan; aayesha siddiqa; aaasim.
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Federalism In Pakistan The Question Of Provincial Autonomy Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — Format: Paperback.
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Federalism in Pakistan: Theory and Practice. Volume 1 of NIPS (Quaid-i-Azam Chair) monograph series. Volume 1 of NIPS monograph series. Author. Syed Mujawar Hussain Shah. Publisher.
Chair on Quaid-i-Azam & Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Original from. Democracy and Federalism in Pakistan. Printed and bound in Great Britain by MPG Books Ltd, Bodmin, Cornw all. M GALLIGAN PRE M/ 27/4/07 PM Page iv Gary Gary's G4: Author: Katharine Adeney.
OCLC Number: Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (M. Phil. University of Karachi), Description: xvi, pages ; 22 cm.
The book is an impressive, quality collection of articles. The articles address all dimensions of federalism and make a good addition to literature on federalism.
It is a good addition not only to the academic field of Pakistani politics, but in the literature of the popular field of federalism in general. Federalism in Pakistan After the 18th Amendment Asma Faiz The book presents diverse perspectives from different disciplines with coherence and an admirable focus on federalism.
Federalism approaches a significant transformation in Pakistan in the repercussion of 18th amendment. The amendment produces a facet of loose federalism which is relevant with United States of America (USA) federal model.
Federalism has been a serious issue in the constitutional history of Pakistan. Pakistan appears at the glob as country of diverse geography with the distance of more than mile between its two wings. Apart from this there were several other factors which contributed later on in the issue of federalism.
FEDERALISM IN PAKISTAN: ISSUES AND ADJUSTMENT The adoption of a constitution is a momentous event in the life of nation. A constitutional charter is a document of past struggles, achievements issues, arguments and compromises which have been crystallised and purified.
It is at the same time a practical machinery. Brand new Book. Pakistan can only be appropriately analyzed through the deep understanding of ethnology of federalism; the conflict between state and society; colonial strings of internal exploitation, the divide and rule policy of the establishment; and finally through the futurologistic perception of the country by examining the matrix of climate change, land and politics.
Book Description. This comprehensive book analyzes the successes and failures of federalism in India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Nepal and Myanmar for the political accommodation of ethno-regional diversity, and assesses their comparative significance for other countries in Asia.
"Katharine Adeney's book sets a new standard in the literature on comparative federalism and South Asian studies The book's impressive empirical underpinnings will be invaluable in predicting the expected levels of federal stability in India and Pakistan." - Lawrence Saez, Political Studies Review "This book breaks new ground.
The Problems and Issues of Federalism in Pakistan Dr. Muntzra Nazir Abstract It is distressing to note that even after sixty years of independence, Pakistan continues to grapple with the problems of unresolved issues of federalism have complicated the problems of governance and political management, building strains in the political process.
Federalism in Asia: India, Pakistan and Malaysia Harihar Bhattacharyya This book analyzes the successes and failures of various federal measures adopted in India, Pakistan and Malaysia for the political accommodation of diversity.
This book is a collection of 13 articles which grew out if a workshop on federalism and democratisation in Asia. But, unlike a great many of the publications which have their origins in conferences, this volume has a clear theme running through its contri.
Feudalism in contemporary Pakistan (Urdu: زمینداری نظام zamīndāri nizam) usually refers to the power and influence of large landowning families, particularly through very large estates and in more remote areas. The adjective "feudal" in the context of Pakistan has been used to mean "a relatively small group of politically active and powerful landowners".
Federalism in Afghanistan: A recipe for disintegration BY OMAR ZAKHILWAL As the U.S. and British forces continue to strike at the Taliban and the hideouts of the suspected terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan, many Afghan and non-Afghan observers look at it as an endgame for the hard-line Taliban regime and are already looking ahead.
The book presents diverse perspectives from different disciplines with coherence and an admirable focus on federalism.
It adequately explains why federalism needs to be re-examined and be a subject of fresh scholarship. The book is an impressive, quality collection of articles.
The articles address. The Problems and Issues of Federalism in Pakistan a part of the constitution, these cannot be changed except by amending the constitution, which is always a difficult process. Thirdly, the division of powers and functions is on territorial basis.
Each territorial unit File Size: 81KB.The Balochistan issue and the creation of new provinces kept cropping up on the first day of a two-day conference on ‘Federalism in Pakistan after the 18th Amendment’.Struggling participatory federalism.
Khaleeq Kiani Febru created the CCI in the spirit of federalism after the ‘bitter experience of One Unit administration in West Pakistan’.