“. ”. The Crisis of Federalism and Prospects for Provincial Autonomy in Pakistan.
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Jami ChandioReagan-Fascell Democracy FellowInternational Forum for Democratic StudiesNational Endowment for DemocracyWashington, D.C.April 30, 2009The views expressed in this presentation represent the analysis and opinions of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for Democracy or its staff.
State Crisis in Pakistan Autonomy in Pakistan
Lahore: Struggle for rule of law
Armed patrols in Pashtunkhwa (NWFP)
Sindh: Demanding legitimate rights
Grieving in Balochistan
Courtesy: Friedrich Autonomy in PakistanNaumannSiftung and Liberal Forum of Pakistan
Source: Pakistan National Human Development Report 2003, UNDP Pakistan, as cited in Dr. Gulfaraz Ahmed, “Fiscal Federalism: Resource Sharing Issues,” Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.
Provincial Oil and Gas Production in Pakistan 2007–2008
Source: Pakistan Energy Yearbook 2008, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, Government of Pakistan.
Source: Mohammad Waseem, “Affirmative Action Policies in Pakistan,” Ethnic Studies Report, Vol. XV, No. 2, July 1997.
Source: Charles H. Kennedy, “Managing Ethnic Conflict: The Case of Pakistan,” Regional Politics and Policy (Spring 1993): p. 138.