Political Instability in PakistanPresented By Syed Kashif Shah
IntroductionTwo types of government Pakistan have Dictatorship Democracy
DictatorshipA dictatorship is defined as an autocratic form of government in which the government is ruled by an individual: a dictator
Democracygovernment by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system.
Objectives of Research What are the main causes of political Instability in Pakistan Find a stable government for Pakistan
Since independence 1. Post-Independence era (1947-1958) 2. Military-led government era (1958-1971) 3. Elected governments era (1971-1977) 4. Military-led government era (1977-1988) 5. Elected governments era (1988- 1999) 6. Military-led government era (1999- 2008) 7. Elected governments era (2008 to present)
Literature ReviewSix distinct periods: ·The Flat Fifties, 1947 to 1958 ·The Golden Sixties, 1958 to 1969 ·The Socialist Seventies, 1971 to 1977 ·The Revivalist Eighties, 1977 to 1988 ·The Muddling Nineties, 1988 to 1999 ·The Reforming Hundreds, 1999 to 2007
References References:- Aziz, K.K. (2001). Pakistan’s Political Culture: Essays in Historical and Social Origins, Vanguard books. Lahore: Pakistan, p.129. B.B.C World NEWS South Asia http://weeklypulse.org/details.aspx?contentID=1327&storylist=9 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_Pakistan pu.edu.pk/images/journal/.../political%20instability%20-%203.pdf www.fas.org/sgp/crs/nuke/RL34248.pdf tribune.com.pk/story/304690/why-our-bomb-may-be-unsafe/ Geo News Introduction to political sciences 2007 edtion.