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Though turnout numbers were not yet available from election officials Tuesday afternoon, voters were few and far between at many polling places across the city.
Unofficial results show PTI taking national assembly seat as party buries senior member killed hours before re-polling.
Zahra Shahid Hussain, central leader of Imran Khan’s party, shot dead hours before re-polling begins in port city.
Former prime minister declares victory shortly after polls close in historic elections marred by violence.
As Pakistan nears its first democratic transition of power with the country’s historic elections only days away, social media is empowering Pakistanis to take a more active role in the vote.
Elections in Pakistan are a tense affair. The five-year tenure of the democratically elected Pakistan Peoples Party-led coalition government is set to end with elections on May 11, 2011. Nearly every time elections were held in the past, parties have hurled accusations of rigging and misconduct at each other, giving way to violence.
But unlike the past, when the average Pakistani had to rely on the mainstream media to gather first-hand news and form their opinion, social media has changed things. There is an increasingly informed portion of tech-savvy populace which is using Facebook and Twitter.
Two new online platforms in Pakistan are attempting to use social media to monitor the upcoming elections for irregularities and violence as well as to inform the public about the electoral process.
Around 5,000 transgenders in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will not be able to cast vote on May 11 due to the failure of National Database Registration Authority (Nadra) to deliver computerised national identity cards to them
Infographic regarding the Pakistani elections of 2013.
POLITICIANS invented democracy as a joke, and electorates have taken it seriously. One has only to follow the latest election campaign in Pakistan to be reminded that in politics, as in the theatre, comedy like tragedy is a very serious business.
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Voters in remote, mountainous Bhutan gear up for country’s second-ever parliamentary elections.