The Citizens Group on Electoral Process – CGEP, a non-partisan group comprising a number of well-known personalities from the media, legal profession, civil society and former members of the superior judiciary and armed forces, etc. was facilitated by PILDAT in December 2006 a year ahead of General Elections in Pakistan in order to regularly monitor and examine the electoral process leading up to General Election. The CGEP worked from December 2007-to post General Elections held in February 2008 to timely identify communicate and offer solutions to rectify issues relating to the electoral processes. At the time of conclusion of its work and mandate after the February 2008 General Election, CGEP looked further into the regional scenario of elections and decided to prepare and share a revised set of electoral reforms that are contained in this paper. The Revised Electoral Reforms take into account the lessons learnt through a regional dialogue, especially those from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka.