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The Obliterated Democracy Sociological Study of the Cultural Obstructions to Women ’ s Political Participation in Pakistan

@inproceedings{Daraz2012TheOD,
  title={The Obliterated Democracy Sociological Study of the Cultural Obstructions to Women ’ s Political Participation in Pakistan},
  author={U. Daraz and W. Khan and T. Khan},
  year={2012}
}
Women’s historic exclusion from political structures and processes is the result of multiple structural, functional and personal factors that vary in different social contexts across countries. Political empowerment is among the key issues in third world in general and in pakistan in particular. Despite the fact that there are 33% reserved seats available in both the national and local bodies or electoral college, but due to social and cultural milieu, the participation of female is… Expand

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