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Pakisatn Political Parties 2010, Political Parties of Pakistan 2010

Following the major political parties of Pakistan.

Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan flagJamaat-e-Islami It is the oldest party in Pakistan even since its beginning which was formed in 1941 but its role in active politics started after independence. Founder of the party was Maulana Syed Abul Ala Maududi, a well known scholar. The party has not participated in recent election but has a strong following especially in the religious groups around the country. The party is termed most democratic for holding elections of party’s president every 5 years. The party has never made a full government but has ruled NWFP as a coalition after the 2002elections. The party is presently led by Syed Munawar Hasan. The Jamat-e-Islaami has 9 seats in the Senate and none in the National Assembly after the decision not to stand in February 2008 general elections.

Flag_of_Pakistan_Peoples_PartyPakistan Peoples Party. It was founded in 1967 on 30 November by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who became its first chairman and later PM. Pakistan Peoples Party is the largest political party of Pakistan. This party has been active in Pakistani Politics after the separation of East Wing from the rest of Pakistan. The party gained much popularity and support from masses in era of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. The party won the 1971 elections on socialist mandate of “Roti, Kapra, Makan”. PPP took control of the country after the Indian supported Civil War of 1971. After the first parliamentary term, PPP secured a landslide victory in 1977 elections to rule for further 5 years. Opposition parties claimed that the election was heavily rigged by PPP. Tensions mounted and despite the agreement was reached between opposition and PPP, martial law was imposed in the country by Gen. Zia ul Haq. Bhutto was hanged in 1977 after a very controversial trial in which he was found guilty of murder of a political opponent. His daughter Benazir Bhutto was elected twice as the PM but her government was dismissed both times on corruption charges, PPP (was a socialist nationalist party when formed by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, but moved toward the right under Benazir Bhutto. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto wanted closer ties with China and more attention to the lower classes. Benazir Bhutto adopted conservative privatization policies in order to secure funding from the United States and the World Bank. Although twice elected PM, Benazir Bhutto was criticized for corruptions and extra-judicial killings. Presently Asif Ali Zardari and Bilawal Bhotto is co-chairman of the party. The PPP currently holds 126 seats in the national assembly and 27 seats in the senate. It is the current government of Pakistan. It forms the provincial government in Sindh is the official opposition in Punjab. It is strong in the rural areas of Sindh and Punjab.

Pakistan Muslim League (N). PML “Nawaz group” is a centrist conservative party that has been led by Nawaz Sharif. It currently holds 90 seats in the national assembly and 7 seats in the senate .Although twice elected as PM Nawaz Sharif was criticized for wide-spread corruption and extra-judicial killings. It is strong in Punjab province.

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Pakistan Muslim League (Q). PML “Quaid-i-Azam Group”, is officially called Pakistan Muslim League. PML (Q) is a centrist conservative party that forms the opposition. It currently holds 53 seats in the national assembly and 21 seats in the senate. The PML (Q) formed from the split of the PML N following the arrest and exile of PML leader Nawaz Sharif. The PML(Q) absorbed some minor parties through power-sharing agreements in 2002 general elections becoming the government of Pakistan. In 2008 general elections the party lost its seats due to support of ex president. It is strong in urban areas of the two large provinces (Punjab and Sindh).

Flag of Muttahida Qaumi MovementMQM – Muttahida Qaumi Movement. In past it was known as Mohajir Qaumi Movement. The party was formed firstly as student’s organization at University of Karachi as the All Pakistan Muhajir Student Organization (APMSO) on 11 June 1978. This student organization was founded when the thousands of Mohajir students were deprived of their rights and jobs in both private & government organizations. The students were faced with harsh quotas introduced by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto which deprived Mohajir students of their seats in Universities and higher educational institutions. That led to the formation of the Mohajir Qaumi Movement in 1984. The name was changed to Muttahida Qaumi Movement in 1997 in order to fight for the rights of 98% oppressed people in Pakistan. Altaf Hussain is the head of this political organization. MQM currently holds 25 seats in the national assembly and 6 seats in the senate. It is the official opposition in Sindh province.

mma flagMuttahida Majlis-e-Amal. A coalition of six religious parties consisting of the Jamaat-e-Islami, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) , Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (S) ,Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan, Tehrik-e-Jafaria Pakistan, Jamiat Ahle Hadith and a few more. The religious alliance forms the government in North-West Frontier Province. It leads the coalition government in Balochistan with PML Quaid-e-Azam. This group has broken up with JUI-F, which left to be a part of coalition PPP government and take part in 2008 general elections. MMA is de-centrist. It is strong in the two small provinces. It is legally ultra-conservative and economically socialist. It strongly opposes US military presence in Pakistan. In the The MMA in national assembly is actually JUI-F part who decided to use the name MMA at the general election in 2008 after the remaining parties in the MMA decided to not take part in the general election. It currently holds 7 seats in the national assembly and 4 seats in the senate.

Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao). PPP(S) is a left wing socialist party that was formed after Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao the Senior Vice Chairman and senior vetern NWFP politician of the PPP was expelled from the party by the late Chairperson Benazir Bhutto. Differences had cropped up between Benazir and Sherpao after the dismissal of the PPP government in 1996, which some say was the result of close aides of Benazir warning her of Sherpao’s political strength within the party which could in the future become a threat to her leadership. Sherpao till date maintains that he never did nor intended to challenge the leadership of Benazir. PPP (Sherpao) was formerly founded months before the 2002 General Elections, making it the youngest party with a reecognizable vote bank in Pakistan.

Awami National Party (ANP) has 13 seats in the national assembly and 6 Senate seats. The NWFP province government is run by the ANP.

JEAY SINDH it is the party of sindh the chair man of the party is Mr Bashir Ahmed Qureshi this party was made by SAIN G.M Syed.
Parties in Parliament

* Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians, PPPP – 120
* Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), PML (N) – 90
* Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-i-Azam), PML (Q) – 51 (The original Muslim League)
* Muttahida Qaumi Movement, MQM – 25 priviously known as (Mohajir Qaumi Movement)
* Awami National Party, ANP – 13
* Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal, MMA – 6
* Pakistan Muslim League (Functional) – 5
* Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao) – 1
* Mohajir Qaumi Movement – 1 de facto group of (Muttahida Qaumi Movement)
* Balochistan National Party (Awami) – 1
* Independent candidates – 19

Other Minor Political Parties

* Awami Muslim League
* Awami National Party
* Awami Qiadat Party
* Awami Tehreek
* Balawaristan National Front (Gilgit Baltistan)
* Balochistan National Congress
* Balochistan National Democratic Party
* Balochistan National Party
* Balochistan National Movement
* Combined Opposition Party (Pakistan) (COPP)
* Communist Party of Pakistan
* Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party
* Federal National Movement
* Green Party of Pakistan
* Hazara Qumi Mahaz (HQM)
* Hazara Democratic Party (HDP)
* Istiqlal Party
* Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (Nifaz-e-Shariat)
* Jamhoori Wattan Party
* Jamote Qaumi Movement
* Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mehaz
* Kakar Jamhoori Party
* Khaksar Tehrik
* Labour Party of Pakistan
* Markazi Jamaat Ahle Hadieth
* Millat Party
* Mohajir Ittehad Tehrik
* Mohib-e-Wattan Nowjawan Inqilabion Ki Anjuman
* Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA)
* National People’s Party (NPP)
* National Workers Party
* Nizam-e-Mustafa Party
* Pak Wattan Party
* Pak Muslim Alliance
* Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party
* Pakistan Awami Tehrik
* Pakistan Awami Tehrik-e-Inqilab
* Pakistan Christian Congress (PCC)
* Pakistan Democratic Party
* Pakistan Freedom Party
* Pakistan Gharib Party
* Pakistan Ittehad Tehreek
* Pakistan Mazdoor Kissan Party
* Pakistan Muslim League (F) (also known as Functional Muslim League or PML Pagaro Group)
* Pakistan Muslim League (Jinnah)
* Pakistan Muslim League (Junejo) (also known as PML Junejo)
* Pakistan Muslim League(Z)
* Pakistan Progressive Party ([20])
* Pakistan Qaumi League
* Pakistan Seriaki Party
* Pakistan Social Democratic Party
* Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
* Pakistan Workers Party
* Pakistan Youth Revolution ([21])
* Pasban Voice Against Injustice
* Pukhtoonkhwa Qaumi Party
* Qaumi Inqilab Party
* Qaumi Jamhoori Party
* Qaumi Tahaffaz Party
* Republican Party (Pakistan)
* Saraiki Sooba Movement Pakistan
* Shan-e-Pakistan Party
* Sindh Democratic Alliance
* Sindh National Front
* Sindh National Party
* Sindh Taraqi Pasand Party
* Sindh Urban-Rural Alliance
* Sunni Tehreek
* Tameer-e-Pakistan Party
* Tehreek Hussainia Pakistan
* Tehreek Jamhoriat Pakistan
* Tehrik-e-Istiqlal
* Tehrik-e-Masawaat
* Tehreek Nifaz-e-Fiqh Jafariya Pakistan (TNFJ)
* Pakistan Aman Tehreek {HND South Punjab
* Islami Tahreek-e-Pakistan

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