ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will issue today a notification with regard to the allotment of the seats reserved for women and religious minorities to political parties. The commission has already issued notifications of winning candidates of the July 25 polls. It will calculate each party’s share in the reserved seats on the basis of its total seats in the National Assembly including the independent winners joining political parties, and will notify the names of successful candidates from each…
KARACHI: The elections 2018 concluded with some historic representations from minority groups in the assemblies. In one such case, a woman belonging to Sheedi ethnic group has become first such female to make her way into the Sindh Assembly. Tanzeela Qambrani belongs to Pakistan People’s Party and has been elected on reserved seat for women on the PPP ticket. The PPP had previously nominated her to head the municipal committee in Matli in Badin district, which, was opposed by some influential group in the district. A…
KARACHI: The counting of votes is underway in various parts of Sindh on 8,235 local seats reserved for women, youth, laborers, farmers, and minorities, with more than 15,000 candidates contesting in the polls, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Due to seat adjustment between Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in Sindh, two candidates from each party were elected unopposed for the Senate of Pakistan, ARY News reported.