The Government of Pakistan
Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Federal Parliamentary Democracy
18 years of age; universal; joint electorates and reserved parliamentary seats for women and non-Muslims
Mamnoon Hussain Pakistan Muslim League
Nawaz Sharif Pakistan Muslim League
Parliament consists of the Senate (100 seats; six-year terms; one half elected every three years) and the National Assembly (342 seats; 60 seats reserved for women; 10 seats reserved for non-Muslims; to serve five-year terms)
The Government of Pakistan (Urdu: حکومتِ پاکستان ) is a federal government
established by the Constitution of Pakistan a...
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run by various departments.
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Curiously, there are some socially accepted outlets for homosexual sex:
[T]acit acceptance can be best seen in Pakistan's
North West Frontier Province (NWFP), where ethnic Pashtun men are well known for taking young boys as lovers, a practice now deeply embedded in the ... More »
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and demographic information.
Government Pakistan is governed under the constitution of 1973 as amended,
which provides for a federal parliamentary form of government. The.
Although the country's record with parliamentary democracy has been mixed,
Pakistan, after lapses, has returned to this form of government. The constitution of
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