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Pakistan Looks to Women to Boost Voter Participationi
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April 04, 2013 12:42 AM
For the first time in Pakistan’s history, two women from the highly conservative tribal regions are running for parliament in the upcoming national elections. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad on efforts being made by local and international organizations to get more women to the ballot box.

Pakistan Looks to Women to Boost Voter Participation

Published April 03, 2013

For the first time in Pakistan’s history, two women from the highly conservative tribal regions are running for parliament in the upcoming national elections. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad on efforts being made by local and international organizations to get more women to the ballot box.


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