On how to restore people’s trust in the Election Commission and, by extension, the electoral process
The provision for caretaker governments is rooted in a political culture of suspicion and mistrust
There has always been certain cynicism towards elections. Will the next electoral exercise disappoint the people?
The federal budget is being judged as an effort by the government to save its dwindling popularity before the next elections. Will it succeed?
Political parties have started a trend preventing peaceful transfer of power based on unfavourable electoral results
I s Imran Khan popular? If you believe so, do you imagine that this will continue to be the case in the coming months heading into the...
There is no clearer manifestation of collective disregard to rules than that expressed in institutional overreach
Political credibility provides a stable policy environment and long-term certainty
The prospects of a technocrat setup might look promising on paper, but it does not bode well for Pakistan’s democratic future
True democracy works for the people