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Pakistan Election 2013 Detailed Results

Pakistan Election 2013 Detailed Results

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Election 2013 Pakistan has been a mixed bag. Although turn out of youth was a massive one as country observed above 60% turn out first time in its history but the news of rigging has also been intense more than usual. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf for the first time emerged as a new popular political party. Muslim League (N) dominated Punjab and is favourites to make government in centre and in Punjab. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf will be making provincial government in the province of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa. The ruling party Pakistan Peoples’ Party Parliamentarians are likely to make a government in Sindh while Balochistan is yet to be decided. This election shows the rise of a majority of new and young candidates as well as the fall of quite a few veteran politicians.

Some of the major upsets include the loss of Awami National Party’s chief Asfandiyar Wali, Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, Firdous Ashiq Awan, Dr. Arbab Alamgir, Hanif Abbasi and many more.

Karachi and Lahore made it to the news big time for rigging and despite many proofs based on different mediums, Election Commission of Pakistan was unable to take strong steps and as usual the issues are pending or discarded. This role of ECP was not appreciated by many people all across the country and rigging in elections is still pretty much a question mark.

Total Final Election Results

Total Final Election Results

Below overall party status in the Election 2013 are shown in tables and graphs. (Before Reserve seats)

Contesting Parties

National Assembly

Sindh Assembly

Punjab Assembly

KPK Assembly

Balochistan Assembly

Summary

264 / 272

116 / 130

286 / 297

98 / 99

49 / 51

PML(N)

123

2

205

12

8

PPPP

32

69

6

2

0

PTI

31

1

20

34

0

IND

28

4

42

13

8

MQM

17

31

0

0

0

JUI(F)

10

0

1

16

6

PML-F

5

7

0

0

1

JI

3

0

1

7

0

PKMAP

3

0

0

0

11

NPP

2

2

0

0

0

 

Some results are still pending and Election Commission of Pakistan has full rights to change the results at any time. Graphical representation of the over all party situation in National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies is given below.

top provincial parties

Parties Position on Provincial Seats

Top Political parties

Parties Position on National Seats

Post Updated on 29/5/2013

About Umar Farooq

Umer Farooq is a hobbyist British writer and likes to write about Politics, Sports, Fashion and Technology. Having secured a Master’s degree in Executive Leadership from University of Ulster UK, he has a firm grip on current issues writing. Research also is one of the his favourite areas and it came natural to him.

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