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Future of Democracy in Pakistan

  1. The Improbable Future Of Democracy In Pakistan
    on the future trajectory of democracy in Pakistan, our focus is limited to largely structural explanations as to why democracy has an improbable future in Pakistan...
  2. Future Of Democracy In Pakistan
    Pakistan. Today the respect of a nation in the international community is directly linked to prevalence of democracy. Pakistan has to strengthen democracy...
  3. Future Of Democracy In Pakistan
    Pakistan. Today the respect of a nation in the international community is directly linked to prevalence of democracy. Pakistan has to strengthen democracy...
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10/06/2010 01:12 AM
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INTRODUCTION

DEMOCRACY SINCE CREATION

CAUSES OF FAILURE OF DEMOCRACY
•   OVER DEVELOPED STATE STRUCTURE
•   EXECUTIVE ARROGANCE
•   STRONG BUREAUCRACY
•   FEUDALISTIC DISPENSION
•   INSTITUTIONAL POVERTY OF POLITICAL SYSTEM
•   LOW LEVEL OF POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION
•   CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS/ RULE OF LAW
•    NO ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESS
•   INTERRUPTION IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS/ROLE OF ARMY/
•   ABSENCE OF MATURE LEADERSHIP
•   WEAK CIVIL SOCIETY
•   EXTREMISM
   

IMMEDIATE THREATS TO DEMOCRACY

COMPATIBILTIY OF DEMOCRATIC AND ISLAMIC POLITICAL PRINCIPLES

FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY/ MEASURES FOR SURVIVAL OF DEMOCRACY
•   UNINTERRUPTED DEMOCRATIC PROCESS/ CURTAILED TOLE OF ARMY
•   ISLAMIZATION OF GOVT./ JUDICIAL REFORMIG
•   PROCESS OF EFFECTIVE ACCOUNTABILITY
•   BREAKING TRENDS OF POWER ACCUMULATION
•   INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
•   UPHOLDING AN INTACT CONSTITUTION
•   INCREASING POLITICAL AWARENESS
•   ROLE OF MDEIA
•   LIMITED INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCE

CONCLUSION

“The essence of democracy is its assurance that every human being should so respect himself and should be so respected in his own personality that he should have opportunity equal to that of every other human being to show what he was meant to become.”

                                                                                            Anna Garlin Spencer

In Pakistan, the need for establishing a true democracy is as old as the country itself. Democracy is one of the most fabulous principles of the modern political system. It is the culmination of freedom and progress in advanced countries. In Pakistan, however, the already difficult situation has been aggravated by constant failures which never let democracy survive. The legacies of colonialism and autocratic mindset of the leadership erected invisible barriers for the democratic process. The positive change is still slow, but a bleak past or murky present in no way means a foredoomed future as...
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