What should be the solution to the crisis?

What should be the solution to the crisis?

Pakistan’s national crisis is serious. This crisis is not of any one individual or institution but all parties have been more or less involved in this crisis in one form or another. This crisis has not arisen today but has been going on for decades and whichever ruling class came it has created more seriousness or intensity in them instead of solving the problems.

Pakistan’s national crisis needs to be seen in the context of six major issues. First, we are prone to manipulate the system artificially or temporarily instead of making fundamental changes in the state structure. Second, political instability has ruined our economy.

Lack of long-term planning or strategy in economic matters, delay in decision making, lack of national consensus and political tussle between government and opposition in economic matters, third political and governmental inconsistency, confrontation, political parties and Opportunity for leadership, Fourth, lack of rule of law, Conflict between the Fifth Establishment and political forces, Sixth: Increasing political, social and religious divisions at the national level and increasing extremism at the societal level.

The PPP and the PML-N signed the “Charter of Democracy” in 2006 to atone for their past mistakes and to establish a true democratic system in the country and to end the political interference of the Establishment. The agreement was presented as an important document in the national political history, but the undemocratic treatment of this important written document by the two major political parties is also part of our political history.

The question is also what is our state and political thinking to deal with the national crisis at this time. All political pundits have been saying for decades that without the politics of national reconciliation and consensus on a national political and economic agenda, we will not be politically and economically stable.

But who will ring the bell around the cat’s neck and how will it be possible to formulate a policy of reconciliation or a national agenda and Rakun will join the other parties with great responsibility in this? There are vague questions. We also saw the debate on “consensus on the economy.” Many political and economic parties have raised the point that unless the national political leadership and state institutions create a broad national agenda and consensus on economic development, we will be in a difficult position on the economic front.

The problem is that the forces at our political level, whether in government or in opposition, both politicize economic interests. It must be decided that neither the government nor the opposition will compromise on economic interests, consensus will be maintained on issues related to the national economy. For this, even if an economic charter has to be made at any level, it will not be avoided.

Pakistan needs a broad political, social, administrative, economic and legal framework to resolve its crisis. This is not possible with the traditional political strategy. For that we need to be aware of the extraordinary circumstances and in that case we can make some big decisions and move forward with the help of extraordinary measures.

We need short-term, mid-term and long-term policy in all areas, for which we must abandon the habit of making decisions on a temporary basis and report unusual exceptions in our political, administrative, economic and legal frameworks. Change must be made the basis. One issue is the crisis of governance and this is what is adding to the misery in the lives of the people and for this we have to adopt the modern system of governance and move forward by learning from the experiences of the world.

Because the same political and economic system establishes its political and economic reputation which is practically linked to the interests of the weak people and if it does not happen then the result is a gulf between the state and the people. So we have to combine a system of authoritarian decentralization with our political priorities as opposed to a decentralized system.

Similarly, a new framework is needed between the Establishment and the political parties to dispel the impression that the politics of the Establishment dominates the decisions of the political parties and the Rann. The Chief Justice of Pakistan rightly said that the problem of Pakistan is weak political governments Or the government is not based on a weak level mandate. Indeed, if we have to govern, we have to give strength to the state system and drive the state vehicle by making some big decisions in the political process, then it can be based on a strong government.

Therefore, we must avoid political experiments or adventures that destabilize the political system as well as the economic system. In recent times, we are witnessing a major clash on the political front at the level of politics and institutions, which is by no means in the interest of the state. Or the system of accountability. The supremacy of the institutions, working within the legal framework of the political and democratic process is connected with the national interest.


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