The political temperature in Pakistan is about to rise, as the most anticipated
Pakistan General Election 2018 are due to held on 25th July 2018.
The political parties of Pakistan have been preparing for this mega event since
quiet sometime and are eager to compete with each other for provincial and national
assembly seats. Pakistan Election 2018 is the most talked about
event on electronic media. Every news channel these days are busy about debating
on prospective of various political parties and who is going to win with huge margin!
In order to conduct free, fair, and transparent elections the government of Pakistan
has developed new software for the Election Commission of Pakistan and NADRA. According
to Federal Law Minister Zahid Hamid, every individual who reaches the age of 18
years will automatically be registered as voters when they apply for a CNIC from
NADRA. Election Result 2018 will be displayed on this page as soon
as it will be finalized. Keep your fingers crossed till you will be able to witness
who will be the ruling party of Pakistan in future.
Elections are the symbol of democracy in Pakistan. The people of Pakistan use their
right of vote to elect a bicameral legislature, the Parliament. There are upper
and lower houses of Parliament of Pakistan namely, Senate and National Assembly.
Prime Minister of the country is elected by the National Assembly members, whereas
the Head of the State, the President is elected by the Electoral College comprising
of both Parliament Houses and four Provincial Assemblies. There are more than five
thousand elected local governments operating in the country.
Elections in Pakistan are held under the supervision of Chief Election Commissioner
of ECP. In a broad overview, there are three levels of elections in Pakistan namely
the Parliamentary Elections (Senate & Assemblies Elections), Presidential Elections,
Local Government Elections.
There are whispers and bits of gossip, and little bit fear for what the coming months
may unfurl for the fate of this nation. The somewhat fascinating thing about these
elections is that the postponement in election for, even half a month, holds the
likelihood of significantly changing circumstances on ground. That is the reason
there is a blended reaction from political parties for the likelihood of a postponement.
It is fascinating to perceive how well the real they are ready and what will be
their situation if there should be an occurrence of the general elections being
held in time. We have analyzed the position of two main contesting parties PTI and
PMLN in the upcoming Pakistan General Election 2018.
Position of PMLN in Pakistan General Election 2018
Regardless of solid recommendations by political investigators and expectations
by numerous lawmakers from the resistance parties, Pakistan Muslim League did not
part up into factions nor did it crumple completely. It is still to a great extent
unblemished with the exception of couple of individuals from parliament who joined
PTI. Particularly the solid hold of PML-N which is Central and West Punjab is especially
unblemished. The political leaders from Southern Punjab are demanding for the separate
province and it would be a challenge for PMLN to gain votes from the region. The
circumstance in Punjab is holding until further notice for PML-N. It can anyway
change rather rapidly on account of postponed elections. Currently, people are attending
their jalsas and meetings in a significant number.
Position of PTI in Pakistan General Election 2018
The main opposition party PTI has proclaimed a crusade against the rule of rich
or elite over Pakistan and raised the motto of Change (Tabdeeli). The shapes of
this change are as yet not etched forcefully but rather one thing is sure that inside
a brief timeframe they figured out how to get the creative energy of Pakistani voters
The PML-N pioneers, Mian Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz have straightforwardly and
reliably claimed PTI to be a King's party. PMLN also blames that Judiciary and Establishment
are on PTI’s side and will assist them in the rigging during the Pakistan General
This page gives you a deep insight about the Election history and present of Pakistan.
You can access the details of General Elections of 2002, 2008,
2013 & 2018. The latest updates of local body elections of Sindh, Punjab, Baluchistan,
and KPK. The top six political parties are listed on this page. For your interest,
we have arranged a database of Political videos, political images, political articles,
and latest Pakistan Election News. Catch the latest updates of General elections
2018 as they happen in each province.