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Decentralization ensures accountability

“Decentralization ensures accountability, individual rights and improves chances of betterperformance.”Said Dr. Farooq Sattar,MNA and a prominent politician representing MQM in a seminar entitled “Local bodies election and municipal autonomy” organized by Liberal Forum Pakistan (Karachi Chapter) with the support of Freidrich Naumaan Foundation.

Mr. Muhammad Anwar (Acting Country representative FNF), Ms. Gulfarina (President LFP Karachi Chapter), Mr. Rashid Baig (General Secretary LFP), Dr. Huma Baqai (Associate Professor IBA), Syed. Nusrat Ali(Motivational Speaker), Chaudhary Tanveer (Advocate Sindh High Court), Ms. Sarwat Israr (Advocate Sindh High Court), Mr. Taj Haider (Senator) also spoke on the occasion.


Liberalism a Solution for Pakistan

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has” a very inspirational and leading quote of Margaret Mead. Truly these word robust morals of the liberals, who dedicate their lives to continue the voyage of freedom against the high tides of oppression and conservatism. However, liberal philosophy has evolved with the passage of time, and even though the liberal movement remains in motion; it changes its face constantly. This does not mean that the liberal ideas are volatile; in fact the basic ideas of the enlightenment are still leading for all liberals. How did liberalism become a widely prevalent ideology in the world to set a free society from socio-economic problems? The answer is simple that, liberalism has no fixed view of life and the world; but it is on move like the life of the people who live the liberal idea.

Restructure of LFP

Board of Directors dissolved the executive body and board of Liberal Forum of Pakistan and formed a five members organizing committee for interim period.

Meeting of board of directors of Liberal Forum of Pakistan (LFP) held on Sep 8, 2013 in Islamabad. In this meeting the Board of Directors along with executive body of LFP has been dissolved and five members organizing committee consisting of Mr. Zaheer Khattak from Kyber Pakhtoonkhaw, Rao Akram Khurram from Islamabad, Muhammad Safder  from Punjab, Mr. Parkash from Sindh and Mr. Faiz Kaker from Balochistan has been formed.


Liberal forum Pakistan join hands with USAID & TAF to increase Female voters turnout in Dera Ismail Khan,KPK

Liberal forum Pakistan LFP  in collabration with USAID citizens voice project and The Asia Foundation(TAF) has started a four months project named as “Citizens Awareness For Higher Female Voters Turnout In D.I.Khan”.

The main objective of this  project is to educate  female voters about the importance of their vote in the present political scenerio. The project focuses mainly on sensitizing  and mobilizing female voters so that they can be able to cast their vote in the upcoming elections,thus increasing average ratio of voters in D.I.Khan.This programme also aims at engaging community members, political leaders and local authorities to perform their part for higher turnout of female voters.

This project has been started from 12th march 2013 and will be accomplished on 11th july,2013.


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