Despite the democratic impulse;increase the Problems of common man

Despite the democratic impulse;increase the Problems of common man

Islamabad : Pakistan | Mar 10, 2012 at 2:07 AM PST
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Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari listens to a question during joint news conference in Islamabad

Ahsan Premee Associated Press Service Pakistan's political system problems and the national nature of many problems, despite the country's parliament, the five-year constitutional term that is looking. February in 2008 was elected National Assembly to five years entered and President Asif Ali Zardari Speaking at the formal launch of the new parliamentary year to March 17 joint meeting of both houses is summoned. President Zardari will address the specific guidelines for the year. Experts believe that the stability of the democratic system in Pakistan and they both agreed that the caretaker government will come into being and when consensus is not arrived the (procedure) is clear. This is a very welcome development and democracy and free elections (held) would be very useful purpose. "However, some political observers believe that any democratic institution to be consistently better performance than the roots of democracy to is essential. course by Parliament to fulfill its constitutional term of this smoke, but the last four years on inflation and other difficulties faced by common man could not be controlled. "Therefore we must look instead to the proud despite continuation of that, we could not reduce the hardship and difficulties. and it is known that in response to the elite institutions in order to maintain your current situation to be corrected activity has accelerated for new elections and public attention on issues of central and provincial governments claim they are part of the electoral preparations.

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Despite the democratic impulse;increase the Problems of common man
apsnewspk is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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