the role of pakistan’s caretaker government to ensuring fair and transparent elections
The caretaker government in Pakistan is playing a big important role in ensuring that the upcoming general elections are fair, transparent and conducted on time. Caretaker Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Murtaza Solangi, has emphasized the importance of the caretaker government’s responsibility in facilitating the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in this process.
One huge development is the announcement of the election date, which has removed any doubts and uncertainties about the upcoming elections. According to Minister Solangi, the elections are scheduled for February 8, and this is good news for everyone.
The caretaker government firmly believes that the elections will take place as planned, allowing the people to choose their political leaders through the constitutional process. The President, the Supreme Court, and the ECP are in full agreement about holding these elections, with the court closely monitoring the entire process.
The caretaker government is ensuring that this constitutional principle is upheld. Minister Solangi asked the public that if anyone has complaints about the electoral process, they can approach the ECP. which will provide a level playing field for all political parties. Under the Constitution and the law, all political parties will have 54 days for their election campaigns.
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He also mentioned that state media is giving fair coverage to all political parties without showing favoritism. Despite certain elements spreading fake news and misinformation to create uncertainty. The caretaker government is dedicated to maintaining order.
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The caretaker government’s primary objective is to facilitate the ECP in conducting transparent and fair elections. All eligible political parties, including the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), have the right to participate, and the caretaker government remains impartial and focused on its role as outlined in the Constitution.