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FATA 11-Point Reforms

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Political parties of Pakistan have agreed on 11-point reforms in FATA.

Political parties of Pakistan have agreed on 11-point reforms in FATA.


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  • 1. A Democratic Milestone FATA Reforms
  • 2. 1 Peace in FATA should be guaranteed. 2 3 4 Article 247 of  the  constitution  should  be  amended  to  guarantee fundamental rights for all tribal citizens and shift  legislative  power  from  the  President  of  Pakistan  to  the  parliament. Local bodies elections should be held in FATA. A comprehensive package should be developed for FATA and  infrastructure development initiated, with special focus on  health, education and employment.
  • 3. 5 The future status of FATA should be decided by its people. 6 7 8 PEMRA jurisdiction should be extended and media should be  provided greater access to FATA to provide tribal citizens  with opportunities for media interaction and participation. The Jirga system should be made more democratic and  independent. Actions  in  Aid  of Civil Power Regulation should  be  abolished.
  • 4. 9 Executive and judicial powers should be separated in  FATA. 10 11 Citizens  should  not  be  deprived  of property; inheritance law should be extended. Civil armed forces (khasadar  and  levies)  should  be  strengthened and professionalized.
  • 5. Sajid Imtiaz Expert Member, CDKN Member, Pakistan Society of Criminology Member, Harvard Business Review Member, Advertising Age Economic Advisor shortlisted, British High Commission Islamabad Feedback: daily10minutespakistan@gmail.com Pakistan came into being as a result of 90 years democratic efforts during 1857 to 1947. People of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) are still deprived of basic rights. Political parties, civil society organizations and development journalists played active part in passing out 11-point reforms by leading political parties of Pakistan. Climate and tourism must be included in Point 4. Pakistan has yet to become a truly democratic country.
  • 6. Sajid Imtiaz Expert Member, CDKN Member, Pakistan Society of Criminology Member, Harvard Business Review Member, Advertising Age Economic Advisor shortlisted, British High Commission Islamabad Feedback: daily10minutespakistan@gmail.com Pakistan came into being as a result of 90 years democratic efforts during 1857 to 1947. People of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) are still deprived of basic rights. Political parties, civil society organizations and development journalists played active part in passing out 11-point reforms by leading political parties of Pakistan. Climate and tourism must be included in Point 4. Pakistan has yet to become a truly democratic country.