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Title: DYNAMICS OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN IN CONTEXT OF 18THAMENDMENT
Authors: Tayyab Ishaq, Muhammad
Keywords: Political Science
Issue Date: 2016
Series/Report no.: ;4406
Abstract: The ancient ancestral bound of having same religion with extremely diversified social economical factors contributed towards foundation of one more federation “PAKISTAN” In 1947 which was consisted of heterogeneous ethnicities multi lingual groups and everyone with their own unique culture and heritage. In ideal the federation does not hurt the interests of provinces neither engulf the resources of provinces but in case of Pakistan the story is somehow different because many factors contributed towards the downfall of the entire country and maligned the country core priorities like welfare of nation. Thus systematic criminal negligence’s and vested interests of the politicians lead to happening of Dhaka massacre. The federation divided into two with emerging its eastern part as Bangladesh therefore learning from the past the leaders went for greater provincial autonomy that provinces may not be deprived. Constitution was reframed to address the grievances of the provinces most important one the 1973 constitution and later the massive 18th amendment which was thought to be final decisive arrangements for the smooth functioning of state organs but the problems multiplied and again the ethnic and lingual slogans regained voice with numerous groups asking for either independent state or greater autonomy. This study is focused on all those outstanding issues and attempt for any favorable practicably applicable reforms
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