October 17, 2019

Sindh Assembly outranks other assemblies in holding sessions

Islamabad: The Sindh Provincial Assembly passed all regional conventions and held multi-day meetings in the first year after the 2018 election.

According to a study conducted by the Pakistan Institute for Legislative Development and Transparency (Pildat), the Sindh Provincial Assembly held 90 working days in the first year, followed by the Punjab Congress for a total of 77 working days, and the KP Assembly in Balochistan At the meeting, 61 working days were held after 51 working days.

The Sindh Conference also conducts other meetings based on hours worked. They met for 303 hours in the first year and lasted for 3.20 hours. In comparison, the Punjab Regional Council has a meeting time of 172.31 hours, second only to all meeting times. They have an appointment of 2.14 hours per stay.

According to reports, the Sindh Council also presided over other meetings based on hours worked.

The Balochistan Provincial Conference ranked third with a performance of 167.09 hours. They stay for about 3.16 hours per stay.

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The KP meeting was the first year to reach 151.48 hours of meetings. They date 2.29 hours a day.

The Balochistan Regional Conference presided over certain meetings based on the presence and presence of the Prime Minister in discussions and meetings. Balochistan Prime Minister Jam Kamal Khan participated in 31 or 60.78 polls of 51 meetings.

Sindh Prime Minister Murad Ali Shah attended 91 jobs – 40.66 individuals – while Punjab Prime Minister Sardar Usman Ahmed Khan Buzdal was 12 of 77 People or 15.58 people.

Prime Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhah Mahmud Khan joined nine of the 61 seats or 14.75 seats.

The parliamentary delegation of Balochistan also presided over other meetings, with opposition leader Malik Sikandar Khan occupying 41 seats out of 51 seats or 80.39 seats in the meeting.

Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi of Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) in Pakistan attended 67 meetings or 73.62 meetings of 91 meetings, while KP ranked fourth in the ongoing meeting with opposition leaders.

MMA’s Akram Khan Durrani took 44 or 72.13 lessons and was ranked third in the main conference. The candidate who is the least likely to be an opposition leader among the four member states is Muhammad Hamza Shahbaz Sharif of PML-N, who has 20 in the 77 weeks or 25.97 weeks of the Punjab Parliament. Seat.

The KP meeting is in the most important position and most of the money has been cut. It passed 30 tariffs in the Punjab parliament, including 17 bills, 12 bills in Sindh and 8 bills in Balochistan.

The Kimberley Process Summit was also the first to establish a standing committee after the November 2018 election.

The Punjab Parliament is the second member of its committee established in January 2019. The Sindh Council spent more than seven months forming the committee, while the Balochist Provincial Council retained the second anniversary of the Sindh Council when it formed the committee at the end of March 2019.

Of the four regional conferences, only Punjab and KP provided marine protected areas in a modest manner, while Sindh and Balochistan meetings did not give them an average attendance rate in the area’s marine protected areas.

In two groups submitting reports on the availability of marine protected areas, KP led most marine protected areas at these meetings, with 75 or more marine protected areas participating in these meetings, followed by Punjab, 57 marine protected areas. Or attend an average of 211.38 marine protected areas. However, the Punjab Parliament found unpleasant doubts when proposing defamatory and issuing documents to supplement the compensation for marine protected areas.

Although all other acts, rules and other information related to the proceedings are available on the conference website, funds for marine protected areas have not yet been provided to the public.

The Shun Tak meeting lasted 15 days – 15 hours and 70 hours – 70.45 in the budget. Next is the Punjab Congress, which meets every 12 days with a budget flow of 27.47 hours. The Balochistan Provincial Assembly is the sixth Congress to divide the working day into six working days and 26.56 hours of work and review the budget.

The time spent on budgeting for the KP meeting was final – 22, 58 hours – but it became the third time after eight days of negotiating the budget.

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