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ECP Establishes Committee for Delimitation Based on 7th Census


The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has constituted a three-member committee to oversee the delimitation of constituencies in Islamabad. A formal notification has been issued regarding this development.

The committee will be convened by the district election commissioner in Islamabad. The appointment process for the convener will take place from June 1 to June 19. The initial publication of the delimitation will be on June 20.

Following this, there will be a period for raising objections, scheduled from June 21 to July 5. The committee will address and resolve all objections by July 20.

In a letter to the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration, the Chief Election Commissioner emphasized the importance of adhering to the timeline, warning that any delays would not be tolerated. The Chief Election Commissioner stressed that the new delimitations must align with the seventh census report.

The notification detailing the formation of the delimitation committee specifies the roles of its members. The District Election Commissioner will serve as the convener of the committee.

Additionally, the committee includes Election Officer Rawalpindi-I and Election Officer-II as its members. This team will be responsible for redrawing the constituency boundaries in accordance with the latest census data, ensuring fair and accurate representation.

The establishment of this committee marks a significant step in the preparation for upcoming elections, reflecting the ECP’s commitment to transparency and efficiency in the electoral process.

The delimitation process is crucial for maintaining equitable representation, and the involvement of key election officers underscores the importance of this task.

The ECP’s proactive approach in issuing a clear schedule for the delimitation process aims to minimize any potential delays and ensure that all objections are systematically addressed.

By setting firm deadlines and appointing a dedicated team, the ECP is working to uphold the integrity of the electoral process and ensure that the constituencies reflect the most recent demographic data.

This initiative is part of a broader effort by the ECP to implement the findings of the seventh census, which provides updated population figures and demographic information.

The accurate delimitation of constituencies is essential for fair representation in the legislative bodies and for maintaining public confidence in the electoral system.

The ECP’s directive and the subsequent formation of the committee demonstrate a commitment to conducting a thorough and timely delimitation process.

This will help in preparing for future elections and ensuring that all citizens have fair representation based on the most recent population data. The collaboration between the ECP and the ICT administration is crucial for the successful completion of this task, with the ultimate goal of strengthening democratic processes in Pakistan.

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