Pakistanis are all ready to cast their votes on By-Election 2018 i.e. 14th Oct 2018. The political parties of Pakistan have been campaigning hard since months to convince their respective vote bank to elect them in upcoming elections. Elections will be held for both provincial and national assembly seats.
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.
Pakistan Election 2018 is held after every five years through a process of electoral polls. Since the allegations of rigging in past elections, this time Election Commission of Pakistan has made all relevant efforts to ensure fair and transparent elections across the country. 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.
Pakistani media will be running 24 hours special Election transmission to cover the electoral polls in every constituency. They are well prepared to break the news of Election Results 2018 (unofficially or officially) as soon as they receive it.
Pakistan Election Result 2018 will be displayed here 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.
Considering the current political turmoil where former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif along with her daughter is sentenced to prison and NAB is conducting countrywide investigation against all political leaders and bureaucrats, General Elections 2018 will be of mere importance.
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
Since the Avenfield verdict is out, the position of PML (N) has suffered a decline. Popularity of PML (N) has been affected and this will cost them in Elections 2018. After the imprisonment of Nawaz and Maryam, PML (N) leaders including Ishaq Dar, and Hanif Abbasi also received punishment from courts. Shehbaz Sharif being the leader of PML (N) conducted a wide spread election campaign to clear his party position, but it doesn’t seem like he is able to succeed in this.
Position of PTI in Pakistan General Election 2018
PTI, being the strong contender has proclaimed a crusade against the rule of rich or elite of Pakistan and raised the motto of Change (Tabdeeli). The shapes of this change have been witnessed by the nation in the form of Nawaz and Maryam’s imprisonment.
PMLN also blames that judiciary and establishment are on PTI’s side and will assist them in the rigging during the Pakistan General Election 2018.
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