why wont you cast a vote?

From the poll that we ran recently, 37 people voted, out of which 48% said you will NOT cast a vote, while 30% said they will. The rest of the visitors were not from Islamabad, hence not eligible.

All the reasons you guys have NOT to vote in the upcoming
elections. The most logical reasons, i’ll make a poll of and we’ll see
how many people share your view.

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3 Comments so far

  1. Yoseph (unregistered) on January 19th, 2008 @ 7:59 pm

    Why should we vote. Chances are the elections are rigged, the dates have been changed endlessly, the results are useless anyway as all people coming into power are cronies who destroy the country further. The army always gets the main benefit from our budget, and we have no Justice System whatsoever. These elections are just another joke in the endless train of pakistani problems. We need a complete revision of our sytem. Life terms for supreme court judges, constitution amended to say that no one who has EVER served in the military is allowed to hold ANY govt job or position and the army is subservient to the govt and NOT allowed to take part in ANY internal situation. We dont want just democracy.. we want the complete western system where everyone has equal rights. THEN we will vote!


  2. JayJay (unregistered) on January 20th, 2008 @ 6:24 am

    Make voting mandatory for enrolled voters.


  3. Majad (unregistered) on January 22nd, 2008 @ 10:49 am

    Voting and elections is the best way to get the backing of the people so that a few good men/women can govern the country and make our lives better… however the big BUT is the system – Democracy in Pakistan doesnt work, lets face it we’ve tried it for long enough now to say lets bin it and start with a new constitution and system of govt. Pakistan was created with the wishes of millions of Muslims so that we would live in an Islamic country with Islamic rules governing all. We have a rich history of Islamic rule – just look at Islamic rule in Spain to find out how Muslims and non-Muslims lived together and prospered under Shariah. Enough of this circle of Dictatorship and Democracy facade – we just end up with corrupt politicians each time round, i think we need a real change of governance which will really make a difference to prosperity for all.



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