Brochure/Fact Sheet

21 Dec 2017

Free PDF downloads of the 2018 IFES calendar in A4 paper size and black and white are available in the "Downloads" section.

21 Dec 2017

Free PDF downloads of the 2018 IFES calendar in U.S. Letter paper size and black and white are available in the "Downloads" section.

21 Dec 2017

Free PDF downloads of the 2018 IFES calendar in A4 paper size and color are available in the "Downloads" section.

21 Dec 2017

Free PDF downloads of the 2018 IFES calendar in U.S. Letter paper size and color are available in the "Downloads" section.

18 Feb 2016

On September 20, 2015, Nepal’s Constituent Assembly approved a new constitution, transitioning Nepal to a Federal Democratic Republic divided into seven provinces.

15 Sep 2015

On November 8, 2015, Myanmar will hold general elections. Voters will elect a total of 1,171 representatives to Myanmar’s national Parliament and State and Region Assemblies. In the months following the election, the national Parliament will vote to elect a President.

24 Jun 2015

The main purpose for the creation of the Senate of Pakistan was to give equal representation to all units of the federation. There is equal provincial membership in the Senate that balances the provincial inequality in the National Assembly where the number of seats is determined based on population size.

24 Jun 2015

According to international law, all people are entitled to certain political rights, including a citizen’s right to influence and participate in the public affairs of his/her society. Political participation can take many forms, the most notable of which is the right to vote.

24 Jun 2015

The Constitution of Pakistan, adopted unanimously by the National Assembly in April 1973, provides for a parliamentary system of government, with the President as the Head of State and the Prime Minister as the Head of Government. The Majlis-e-Shura (Parliament) of Pakistan is the country’s bicameral legislature consisting of the Senate and the National Assembly.

24 Jun 2015

Election management bodies are generally divided into three categories: those that are completely independent from the government, those that are completely under government control, and those that are semi-autonomous. The Election Commission of Pakistan falls in the first category.