The Importance Of Federalism In Pakistan

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Federalism Federalism is a system of government in which states or provinces share power with a national or federal government. Or federalism is a form of government in which power are divided between the central government for the whole country and government for parts of the country better known as federal unit or provinces (Jahnagir, 2010). Federalism can regulate the winner and the loser at different stages of government like the local government, the provincial government, or the national level. If we take an example of US federalism is the most important and innovative concept. Because the US government is totally based on federalism. The government functioned according to the principle of federalism. (PBS, 2012). The people of US are subject to the law of that city. Introduction Pakistan has been a federation since its independence. To some extend it is from constitutional legacy of British India and to some extend it is from the result of necessity from 1947 to 1971 when it consist of two noncontiguous provincial unit and partly because of the provinces had developed different ethnic and linguistic identities of their own as a sovereign states. And the…show more content…
The leader of Muslim League did not ready compromise linguistic or any other regional identities that were seen as against of the Pakistan’s project. There were many identities who not want looked Pakistan as an independent country. They always try to destroy Pakistan. In this ways the leader did not willing to compromise with any one of those who were opposing to Pakistan future. Supremacy was given to the unifying force of Islam. The Hindus were taught that the Bengalis were more reliable to Hindus “Brother”, they want to join the Hinduism. But they did not convince the Bengalis to become a part of Hinduism. At last they ultimately contributed toward Pakistan. And they loyalty to Pakistan. (Adeney,

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