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How to mismanage an alliance – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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THE Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the most recent of the alliances of opposition political parties, is facing an existential threat. The ANP, one...

A price for independence – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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IT was simply unprecedented. Three senior ministers of the government of Pakistan addressed a press conference using the official premises of the Press...

By-election fiasco – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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BY-ELECTIONS do spring surprises occasionally but despite the uncertainty about individual contests, these are considered sedate affairs in a democracy as, unlike a...

Open or secret? – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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THE Senate of Pakistan has existed since the 1973 Constitution was passed by the fifth legislature of the country. During this time, the election...

Debate on ordinances – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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THE good news is that the debate on the use of ordinances as the preferred mode of legislation in Pakistan has recently gained momentum....

Evaluation performance Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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TWO extraordinary things happened on Dec 22 — in the context of chasing elusive good governance in Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan presided...

A risky plan- Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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IF the Senate election takes place in March 2021 as scheduled, the PTI is likely to emerge as the largest party in the house,...

Production orders – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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THE subject of production orders for detained legislators is once again in the headlines. Prime Minister Imran Khan, while recently addressing the Tiger...

Disturbing trends in legislation – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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SEPT 16 was another sad day in parliament when legislators from the treasury and the opposition almost came to blows while the opposition openly...

Advisers, SAPMs and cabinet – Ahmed Bilal Mehboob

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THE recent nine-page judgement of the Islamabad High Court regarding the alleged illegal exercise of executive powers by an adviser to the prime minister...