Pervaiz Saleh

  • After taking over the reins of power in 1993, the PPP government established an organisation called the ‘Prime Minister’s Literacy Commission’ with the goal of achieving 100 percent literacy in 5 years.To achieve this target, 200,000 home schools, also known as non-formal schools, had to be ...

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  • For the public sector, financial accountability has traditionally been carried out by the Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP). Budgetary grants and monitoring their expenditures has perhaps been their most consistent accountability role.Articles 168, 169 and 170 of the constitution defines the ...

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  • I happen to know Imran Khan from before he even established his party and after (we happen to live in Lahore and I not only met him a couple of times but also know his contemporaries in school etc). Without naming anyone, as is said, “A man is known by the company he keeps.” By friends and ...

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  • Since the present regime has promised to bring about electoral reforms, before they call for fresh elections, I’m proposing a few pivotal reforms, primarily to thwart the monopoly of less than 5 percent of our population to be able to contest elections, because the defacto expenditures go into ...

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  • Introducing Accountability Accountability and governance go hand in hand. It is essential that we understand both concepts clearly and hold people accountable properly in order to have good governance in place. Effective audit practice shall always start with a thorough understanding of the ...

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  • Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan in terms of area but unfortunately the most economically backward. It joined the Union of Pakistan voluntarily through a genuinely signed agreement. The most crucial and urgently required ‘Truth and National Reconciliation Commission’, is ...

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