Islamabad, May 30: Youth Parliament Pakistan concluded its
Fourth Session here in Islamabad today. The topics under
discussion in the Fourth Session were National Identity
and Good Governance and Accountability.
started with a calling Attention Notice on the increase in
food prices in the month of Ramzan. The Youth Minister of
Finance spoke about the imposition of price ceilings during
the month of Ramazan on all commodities which cater to the
everyday consumption of the poor people of Pakistan. He agreed
that the implementation of this policy may seem hard because
of the enforcement of these prices is not easy to maintain due
to the forces of demand and supply.
of reports were presented in the house, which were discussed
earlier. The suggestions and recommendations given by the
house on both the reports on accountability and civil service
reforms were adjusted and catered to as per the
recommendations of the concerned members. Another report on
general Youth Policy was presented by the Youth Minister of
Culture Sports and Youth Affairs. A report on Health Care
Reforms was also presented.
resolution was passed on the need for formulation of new
provinces for better delivery of public services. The house
discussed that the new province formation should be on the
basis of administrative problems and not on ethnic basis.
Members of the first three Sessions of the Youth Parliament
Pakistan were awarded certificates on the basis of their
Evaluation in the respective sessions. Mr. Mujib ur Rehman
Shami, Chief Editor, Daily Pakistan and Mr. Javed
Jabbar, former Senator and former Minister for Information
and Media Development addressed the Youth Parliament Pakistan
in the fourth Session on the topic of National Identity.
Session of the Youth Parliament will take place from July 27 -
August 01, 2010. Foreign Policy and Education are the two
topics proposed by the House for discussions in the last