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Election Briefing on FATA, Pakistan

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Eleven correspondents of Pakistani newspapers from all over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA have spent two weeks in Peshawar practising their reporting skills in preparation for Pakistan’s upcoming …

Eleven correspondents of Pakistani newspapers from all over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA have spent two weeks in Peshawar practising their reporting skills in preparation for Pakistan’s upcoming general election. This may take place in May, 2013. They worked in groups and researched about information for specific areas. This is one is about Pakistan's Tribal Areas.


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  • 1. 5.4 million(unofficial survey 2013: exceeds 8 million)Registered voters in FATA:1.6 million
  • 2. 12 constituencies:12 National Assembly seats, 8 Senate seats1. Khyber 2 NA seats2. Mohmand 13. Bajaur 24. Orakzai 25. North Waziristan 16. South Waziristan 27. Kurram 18. Frontier Regions 1
  • 3. NA-432002: Maulana M Sadiq2008: Shaukatullah KhanArea: 1,400 sq kmPopulation: 1,000,000Registered voters: 336,000
  • 4. NA-442002: Haroon-ur-Rasheed2008: Akhunzada ChatanArea: 1,400 sq kmPopulation: 1,000,000Registered voters: 336,000
  • 5. 2002: Maulana Mohd Saddiq2008: Malik Bila RehmanArea: 9,297 sq kmPopulation: 600,000Registered votes: 171,000
  • 6. Khyber Agency NA-452002: Noorul Haq Qadri (Independent)2008: Re-electedArea: 2500 sq kmPopulation: 547,000Registered voters: 320,000
  • 7. NA-462002: Maulana Khalilur Rehman (JUI-F)2008: Hamidullah Jan Afridi (Independent)Area: 2500 sq kmPopulation: 547,000Registered voters: 320,000
  • 8. NA-392002: Gulab Jamal (Independent)2008: Jawad Hussain (Independent)Area: 1,800 sq kmPopulation: 450,000Registered voters: 100,000
  • 9. NA-382002: Munir Orakzai2008: Re-electedArea: 4,352 sq kmPopulation: 448,000Registered voters: 214,000
  • 10. NA-372002: Dr. Javid Hussan Mian2008: Sajid ToroArea: 4,352 sq kmPopulation: 448,000Registered voters: 214,000
  • 11. NA-402002: Maulana Naik Zaman (JUI-F)2008: Kamran (Independent)Total area: 4,707 sq kmPopulation: 361,246Registered voters: 156,600
  • 12. NA-412002: Maulana Abdul Malik (JUI-F)2008: Re-electedArea: 6,619 sq kmPopulation: 430,000Registered votes: 225,000
  • 13. NA-422002: No elections were held in theconstituency.Area: 66,169 sq kmPopulation: 430,000
  • 14. All Frontier Regions are combined in oneconstituency: NA-471. FR Peshawar2. FR Kohat3. FR Bannu4. FR Tank5. FR Lakki6. FR DI Khan