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    Pakistan Must Get Rid of Colonial Laws Against Peaceful Assembly

    Seventy Five Years after Independence, Pakistan still has many archaic colonial-era laws and primitive policing strategies. A new study by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan proposes ways to repeal and review these laws...

    Pakistan Must Get Rid of Colonial Laws Against Peaceful Assembly

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    Seventy Five Years after Independence, Pakistan still has many archaic colonial-era laws and primitive policing strategies. A new study by the Human Rights Commission...

    HRCP: Polarizing Political Discourse Will only hurt Pakistan

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    Pakistan has always been a polarized society but four years of Imran Khan and his politics have left political discourse deeply polarized. At a...

    Pakistan Needs an Agreement with IMF Urgently

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    Pakistan’s ongoing economic crisis is not going to ease unless and until the government is able to get the IMF onboard and obtain the...

    Pakistan Needs Continuity In Policy for Economy to Stabilize

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    Pakistan has long been characterized by political instability perpetuated by frequent interruption of the democratic political process that has resulted in the absence of...

    HRCP: Baloch Students Need Protection & Accountability

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    Balochistan and its people have long suffered at the hands of the Pakistani state. There has been a recent cycle of abductions and manhandling...

    HRCP to Government: End GB’s constitutional, political & economic deprivations

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    Gilgit-Baltistan has long suffered from neglect at the hands of the Pakistani state. According to a recent fact-finding mission of the Human Rights Commission...

    Imran Khan’s Continued Reckless Behavior Hurts Pakistan

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    Former Prime Minister Imran Khan may claim that he is Pakistan’s messiah, but his recklessness will only further damage the country and every institution....

    Pakistan’s Chronic Energy Crisis has No Short Term Solution

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    Successive Pakistani governments have promised to alleviate the country’s long-lasting energy challenges but have been unable to do so. The country is once again...

    ISI’s job is to safeguard Pakistan, not Vet Civil Servants

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    The Pakistani deep state is omnipotent and omnipresent but a recent decision by the current government to empower the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) to...

    Election Commission of Pakistan Says Always Ready to hold elections

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    Is Pakistan gearing up for elections, once again? If so, when will they be held? That is the question being asked after the Chief...

    Imran Khan’s Sour Grapes Policy

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    Politics has its own rules, just as sports but one rule common to both is that of sportsmanship. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan appears...

    Feudals, Generals, Judges, Bureaucrats, & Big Business Collectively Brought Ruin to Pakistan

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    Pakistan is currently faced with its most serious economic crisis to date. The problem is accentuated by political deadlocks and constitutional subversions. But why...

    Pakistan Cannot Escape Rules of Economics

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    On Thursday May 26, the coalition government led by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif announced an increase in prices of petroleum products. Finance Minister, Miftah...

    Deal with IMF is Pakistan Rupee’s Only Hope

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    Pakistan’s economic crisis continues with the rupee in free fall and inconclusive talks between the government of Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)....

    Pakistan in Crisis Mode, Once Again

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    Pakistan appears to be heading towards political confrontation with the recent PTI march on the federal capital. Crackdowns on the opposition leaders and the...

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