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Depoliticization of Police Critical for Good Governance: Experts

Islamabad, January 29; Depoliticisation of police is critical for good governance in Pakistan, said experts and participants at a PILDAT Roundtable on Police, Politics, and the People of Pakistan. All parties should pledge to make Police free from political influence, they believed. ..........>> Details

CMR Monitor December 2014

This Monitor of Civil-Military Relations covers the period of December 2014 and analyses the key issues affecting civil-military relations in Pakistan during this time.. ..........>> Details

CMR Monitor November 2014

This Monitor of Civil-Military Relations covers the period of November 2014 and analyses the key issues affecting civil-military relations in Pakistan during this time.. ..........>> Details

PILDAT Launches first-ever Citizens' Report on the Performance of the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services - PIPS
  • The PIPS has the potential to emerge as an apex institution in the region, especially amongst the emerging democracies in the Muslim world.
  • Greater transparency of the PIPS can be achieved by placing all its Annual Reports on its website
  • Recruitments of the PIPS staff to be undertaken through the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC)
  • The PIPS should establish a Parliamentary Budget Office for the purpose of providing timely analysis of the Finance Bill and periodic review of the spending of the Budget to the Parliamentarians

January 8: PILDAT has launched the first-ever Citizens' Report on the Performance of the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services – PIPS by recommending a need for the PIPS to work harder towards achieving its goals and objectives, greater transparency for its activities and a standard procedure for recruitment at the PIPS by the FPSC, among others.. ..........>> Details

Special Courts headed by Military Personnel to try suspected terrorists
January 03; PILDAT hosted an extra-ordinary meeting of its Democracy Assessment Group – DAG to discuss the proposed establishment of Special Courts under military personnel and to possibly evolve a position to be taken by the DAG and PILDAT on the subject. ..........>> Details
 

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PILDAT Publications
   
Police, Politics, and the People of Pakistan
    January 2015
Police Governance and Operational Autonomy in England and Wales: Accompanying paper for 'Police, Politics, and the People of Pakistan’
    January 2015
Monitor on Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan
    January 2015
Monitor on Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan
    December 2014
The Performance of the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services
    January 2015
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PILDAT Launches first-ever Citizens' Report on the Performance of the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services - PIPS
Launch of Citizens' Report

Special Courts headed by Military Personnel to try suspected terrorists
Meeting of Democracy Assessment Group

Pakistan-Afghanistan Parliamentarians Dialogue-XII
December 30-31, 2014; Islamabad, Pakistan
Joint Statement

Pak-Afghan Parliamentarians Dialogue-XII

Afghan Parliamentary delegation calls on Honourable Prime Minister of Pakistan
Pak-Afghan Parliamentarians Dialogue