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YPP Leadership 2012

YPP Leadership 2012

Youth Prime Minister
Muhammad Hashim Azeem

Youth Deputy Speaker
Sarah Abdul Wadood Khan

Youth Leader of the Opposition
Fahad Mazhar Ali

(from Feb 22, 2012 to August 27, 2012)

Youth Leader of the Opposition
Tabraiz Sadiq Marri

(from August 27, 2012 onward)

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Youth Parliament Pakistan Study Visit Report to Sweden



Youth Parliament Pakistan has published the study visit report.

A delegation of Youth Parliamentarians from Pakistan visited Stockholm, the capital of Sweden for a 1-week Study Trip to meet Representatives from the Swedish Government, Political circles and the Civil Society. The Study Visit began on November 25 and concluded on December 01 (2012).

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Devolution of Power is the dire need of the day as a population of 180 million cannot be governed by four Provincial and one strong Federal Government as they are being represented, governed and served by 1100 parliamentarians and about 50 thousand bureaucrats : Dr. Ijaz Shafi Gilani, Chairman Gallup Pakistan



Islamabad, September 23: While addressing the Youth Parliament Pakistan on the last day of the fifth and final session, Mr. Ijaz Shafi Gilani was of the view that social stratification is one of the major problems of Pakistan which need to be addressed at the earliest. In his view, 180 million Pakistanis are restless because of stagnant governance and mobilization of population.

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Civilian ascendency is crucial for the Strengthening of Democratic System in Pakistan, Senator Raza Rabbani, Chairman Parliamentary Committee for National Security addresses Youth Parliament Pakistan



Islamabad, September 22:  In an interactive session on the topic of “Civil-Military Relations” Mr.  Razza Rabbani, Chairman Parliamentary Committee on National Security, shared with the Youth Parliament Pakistan his analysis on the issue and the way forward.  In his view, the military has played a role of pivotal importance in the national security of the country but the military intervention in the politics and Parliamentary system should not be backed at all. He said, “The foundation stone of civil military relations has been laid by the present government. Civil and military relations have improved, yet the balance continues to elude.” He was of the opinion that the Military should be answerable to the Parliament and Parliamentary committees.

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Youth Parliament urges the federal government to take up the issue at the international level in order to ensure exemplary punishment to the filmmakers and stop such hatred acts in future



Islamabad, September 21: Youth Parliament Pakistan condemns the  policy of fanning hatred which is showing disrespect for a personality whose reputation is noted and is being celebrated for the last 1,400 years of history not only by Muslims but by non-Muslims too. The Youth Parliamentarians commended the Government of Pakistan of marking September 21 (Friday) a national holiday in honour of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).  

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The Federation has been strengthened by restoration of the 1973 Constitution; the 18th, 19th and 20th Amendments have brought Pakistan back to a Parliamentary democracy: Mr. Faisal Karim Kundi, Deputy Speaker National Assembly


Islamabad, September 20; “The provinces have been empowered in the real sense through greater provincial autonomy and devolution of powers to them and today they enjoy unprecedented freedom in decision-making, administrative operations as well as financial matters. Under 18th and 19th Amendments the provinces of Pakistan are more empowered than ever.”  Mr. Faisal Karim Kundi, Deputy Speaker National Assembly of Pakistan said.

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Patron of the Youth Parliament Pakistan

Mr. Faisal Karim Kundi

Deputy Speaker National Assembly of Pakistan

Honourable Speakers

Mr. Gohar Ayub Khan
Former Speaker  National Assembly of Pakistan
(April 11, 1990 to Oct. 17, 1993)

  • Speaker at Second Session and Fourth Session of Youth Parliament 2007

Mr. Illahi Bakhash Soomro
Former Speaker  National Assembly of Pakistan
(Feb. 16, 1997 to Aug. 20, 2001)

  • Speaker at Second Session of Youth Parliament 2008-09

  • Speaker at Third Session of Youth Parliament 2007

Dr. Noor Jehan Panezai
Former Deputy Chairperson Senate of
(1991 to 1993)

  • Speaker at Fifth Session of Youth Parliament 2007

Mr. Wazir Ahmed Jogezai
Former Deputy Speaker
National Assembly of Pakistan
(March 22, 1985 to May 29, 1988)

  • Speaker at Inaugural, Third and Fourth Sessions of Youth Parliament 2012

  • Speaker at Inaugural, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Sessions of Youth Parliament 2009-10

  • Speaker at Inaugural, First, Second, Third and Fourth Sessions of Youth Parliament 2008-09

  • Speaker at Inaugural and Fifth Sessions of Youth Parliament 2007

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