Research Digest

  • Research Digest July 2016

    Uploaded on Fri, July 29, 2016

    ANALYSIS: National Forest Policy 2015: An Appraisal Page 01 OPINION: Engaging Civil Soci-ety for a Construc-tive Dialogue on Population and Fundamental Rights Page 09 CONCEPT & OPINION: Integrated/Hybrid Model of Legislative Drafting: Impact of Policy Research on Legislative Drafting Page 14 ANALYSIS: Pakistan: Friend or Foe in the Fight against Terrorism? Page 19

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  • Research Digest September 2016

    Uploaded on Fri, September 23, 2016

    OPINION: Challenges of Human Security in South Asia Page 01 ANALYSIS: Gap Analysis of Macro-economy Page 11 The UN Convention on the rights of the Child: A Critique Page 17 PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS: Brief on Legislative Process in Pakistan Page 22

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  • Research Digest August 2016

    Uploaded on Tue, September 6, 2016

    This PIPS Parliamentary Research Digest (August 2016 edition) is dedicated to the father of the Nation, Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and around 4.5 million Pakistanis who laid down their lives during the migration to their new homeland, Pakistan, in 1947. The 10th August, 2016 marks the 69th anniversary of the creation and commencement of first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on August 10, 1947 in Kara-chi. The digest covers the text of a momentous resolution passed at the National Assembly of Pakistan to commemorate the day and reiterate country’s commitment towards a pluralistic parliamentary ...

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  • Research Digest June 2016:

    Uploaded on Mon, June 27, 2016

    ANALSIS: Sectoral Analysis of Budget FY 2016-17 Page 01 PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS Senate Recommendations on Budget 2016-17 Page 11 Federal Budget Demand for grants & appropriations Page 17 -

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  • PIPS Research Digest May 2016

    Uploaded on Tue, May 31, 2016

    CONCEPT: Expenditure side of the Budget Page 01 Secretary General CPA recognizes PIPS Excellent Work Page 09 PIPS Team Welcomes its new Team Leader Page 11 PIPS Pre-Budget Seminar Budget Proposals Page 13 CONCEPT: Economic Indicators-Facts and Figures of Pakistan Page 17

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  • Research Digest April 2016

    Uploaded on Wed, May 4, 2016

    Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services (PIPS) takes pride in the fact that it commenced the tradition of celebrating official Constitution Day on 10 April 2014 in line with the vision of its all-party dynamic Board of Governors, which has guided PIPS outreach to not only university but school and college going youth. This year the tradition was celebrated as a National Day with events at the National Parliament, PIPS and all provincial assemblies. (See report on Third annual PIPS Constitution Day event). This issue of PIPS Parliamentary Research Digest Comprises articles related ...

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  • Research Digest March 2016

    Uploaded on Fri, April 1, 2016

    ANALYSIS: Standing Committees: Comparison of Pakistan, India, UK and Germany Page 01, OPINION: Current Economic Challenges and Way Forward: A Budgetary Perspective Page 16, OPINION: The Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act 2016: An Appraisal Page 22

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  • Research Digest May 2015

    Uploaded on Mon, June 8, 2015

    The Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services (PIPS) commenced 2015 with renewed zeal to provide legislative, research and training services to Members of the Parliament. This May 2015 has been a month of pro-active services and landmark new initiatives. In March 2015, the Honorable Chairman Senate/PIPS President Board of Governors guided PIPS to enhance its outreach to school and college youth in addition to its existing engagement with university youth since 2012. Accordingly PIPS held memorable series of Seminars on Constitution, Parliament and State-building –role of youth Model Colleges in Islamabad which were participated ...

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  • Research Digest Mar 2015

    Uploaded on Mon, April 6, 2015

    Pakistan Day on March 23, 2015 is being celebrated with traditional fervor in all parts of the country with renewed zeal to work hard in unison to achieve the aspirations of nation in line with vision of a pluralistic progressive Pakistan put forth by Quaid e Azam and our founding fathers.

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  • Research Digest Jun 2015

    Uploaded on Mon, July 6, 2015

    The May-June 2015 has been a pro-active month at PIPS where our team of research-ers and analysts assisted MPs during the budget debate. As per guidance of the Hon-ourable Chairman Senate/PIPS President Board of Governors Mian Raza Rabbani, the Institute held pre and post budget sessions for MPs and Senators involving reputed economists of the country as well as two post budget seminars for MPAs in Punjab and Sindh assemblies that were much appreciated by the participants.

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Quaid i Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah preferred Parliamentary authority which allows chosen representatives to take all State decisions as against any dictatorial or aristocratic system.
Yes
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