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* IMF * 18th AMmendment * Loadshedding * Pakhtoonkuwaa * Balouchistan Pakage * kerryloger Bill * Crisis In Paksitan
TOPICS FOR GROUP DISCUSSIONS * Role Of Media * Terrorrism * Islamic education * Current Crisis in Pakistan * Pakistan India Relation * Education Standerd in Pakistan * Kashmir issue * Pakistan Israel relation * suicide bombs in pakistan
Recent Stories For ISSB Complete Stories 1) He joined the service because...........> 2) He helped her In trouble...................> Words. Assosiation.........> Beautiful Evil Shout... See More Shy Climb
..) What is the 15% of 350....Interior Abdul Raziq ......) What is the 60% of 60....Livestock.....Ayat Ullah Durrani ..Information and Broadcasting Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi . MINISTER oF STATES Chaudhry Imtiaz Safdar Waraich ......Narcotics Control Sardar Salim Haider Khan .... Bukhari .....Award Service Cut Machine Sentence Completions...Finance and Economic Affairs Rafique Ahmed Jamali ..) After his failure.Communication Arbab Muhammad Zahir .Industries and Production Syed Sumsam Ali S..Defence Production Ghulam Farid Kathia .Fo.> In Night.reign Affairs Mohammad Tariq Anis .Education Hina Rabbani Khar . Dairy Development ..Mehreen Anwar Raja ...Housing and Works Dr.> Untill he say soorry..... See More Ms..Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Masood Abbas .>....> Afetr listening Azan..Food and Agriculture Nawabzada Malik Amad Khan .Local Government and Rural Development .... See More After getting Succeesss......Ports and Shipping Muhammad Jadam Mangrio . Iq Questions were asked in Recent ISSB....Parliamentary Affairs Sardar Nabeel Ahmed Gabol ....
Industries and Production A.Education Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi .Railways Ms.Health Rehmatullah Kakar .Interior.Postal Services Syed Naveed Qamar .Housing and Works Syed Mumtaz Alam Gillani .Shugafta Jumani .Minorities Nawabzada Khawaja Muhammad Khan Hoti .Social Welfare and Special Education ..Petroleum and Natural Resouces Waqar Ahmed Khan .Environment Sardar Aseef Ahmed Ali .Defence Abdul Qayyum Khan Jatoi .Information and Broadcasting Pir Aftab Shah Jilani ..Food and Agriculture Makhdoom Shahabuddin . See More Qamar Zaman Kaira . Muhammad Afzal Sandhu .Human Rights Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani.Communications Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar .Livestock and Dairy Development Justice (R) Abdul Razzaq A..Commerce Dr.Religious Affairs MiNISTERS NAME OF PAKISTAN Makhdoom Amin Fahim .Rehman Malik .Overseas Pakistanis.Kashmir Affairs & Northern Areas Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah . Muhammad Farooq Sattar .Law and Justice Humayun Aziz Kurd . Zaheeruddin Babar Awan .Foreign Affairs Nazar Muhammad Gondal .Defence Production Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi . Arbab Alamgir Khan .Religious Affairs Samina Khalid Ghurki .Privatization Haji Ghulam Ahmed Bilour . Thahim .Railways Syed Hamid Saeed Kazmi . See More Dr.Narcotic Control Dr.Inter Provincial Coordination Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo .Population Welfare Mir Israrullah Zehri .Labour and Manpower Dr.Local Government and Rural Development Shahbaz Bhatti ..Firdous Ashiq Awan .
.Muhammad Azam Khan Swati ... The worst mistakes happen when people end up asking questions about topics that have already been covered.scussion where appropriate.Zakat and Ushr Interview tips Interview Techniques The interview is not only a chance for the interviewer to assess if you are the right person for the job. and is a chance to show your competency Where do you see yourself in five years time? .Special Initiatives Najmuddin Khan .Tourism Raja Pervaiz Ashraf . to ensure you get full answers .States and Frontier Regions Rana Muhammad Farooq Saeed Khan .. See More Check you understand everything that has been said What are your biggest accomplishments? This should be job related.. Keep your concentration levels up during the interview and make sure you listen to the responses the interviewer gives you. Questions should reflect your keenness to work for the Forces..Science and Technology Ejaz Hussain Jakhrani .Sports Lal Muhammad Khan . or don't hear or understand what the interviewer has said. but it is also an opportunity for you to see if the forces are suitable for u.Textile Industry.Youth Affairs Noorul Haq Qadari .Water and Power Shahid Hussain Bhutto . Key points: Make sure you give the interviewer your full attention Wait for them to finish speaking. During the interview u need to look for opportunities to be proactive and ask ur own questions or try to lead the di. See More Atta-ur-Rehman . before you answer the question Make sure you ask open questions.
Interview Questions at ISSB generally have four categories: 1. if they laugh. laugh with them Maintain an alert position. as it reaffirms your good nature Maintain eye contact Relax do not rush or fidget Mirror the interviewers techniques.. They may also ask you about roads. sit up straight. First Impressions Most people make an initial opinion of a stranger within the first five minutes of meeting them. give a firm handshake. Consult world map as well as that of Pakistan. it helps break the silence. You need to remain calm and confident. but be comfortable Always have a confident and honest attitude. Questions from your personal life Be prepared for the questions from your personal life specially any troubled times that you might have seen.ny hard times you might have seen or they even rightly predict them without mentioning. From Current Affairs they may ask about your opinion about particular issues as well as they ask .. ocean etc is located. currencies and capitals. Like where a country. lake. They give you forms to fill on the first day having questions about whole your life. Questions from GK Give Geography a special consideration. don't slump.Tone of voice (20%) What you say (10%) As soon as you enter the building you need to be polite to everyone you meet... According to research candidiates' impressions are made up of the following: Body Language and image (70%) . You need to put both yourself and the interviewer at ease by being down-to-earth whilst remaining business-like. it is often quite a good idea to have a few conversation openers. 2. especially if the interviewer takes you to the interview room. and remember to make eye contact. They know your brought up and a.. Some questions are particular to Pakistan and a few about Islam.Points you need to remember: Smiling is a good positive signal.
. these questions were asked From me now a days Its so simple like What is the 80% of 80.. Like 0. or you will be out ... Last but not the least Never never lose your temper be very calm. Academic There are some questions specific to your field. Mathematical Since they have your IQ level from verbal and nonverbal tests such questions are to check whether you can apply your mind in practical situations.. Make sure you apply the BODMAS rule like: two plus two divided by two is 3 never two.. Do not panic if they sound difficult at first.5/0. They usually check your temper in personal questions like by taunting any of your close relatives..?? STORY WRITTING TEST TIPS My humble Tips for This: 1. Two plus two into two . At first the questions might sound difficult but it is almost never the case.questions about abbreviations like NADRA..5 what will be the price of 5 kilogram? Obviously you have to multiply but you are not provided with any paper. Practice them at your own so you can just pick that up there In start they ask simple questions but level of difficulty increases as you answer them rightly. . See Moreis 6 never eight. 0. Multiply.? & If a plane is Flying wth 3600km/Hour then In one sec how much Km he covered.5/0.3. See Moreeasy for you or you can multiply them by visualizing the whole figure in your mind. So they may ask some calculations like if one kilogram sugar in of 37. . You can add 30 five times. Add and then subtract. Make the story or Paragraph interesting. PEMRA etc.. Always write positive.5 in your mind if it is . then 7 and then . .25 equals 2. 4.. Do not write the negative thoughts (you know what i mean) . Divide.. by asking what would you do in some particular situation etc.. See More 3. 2. They just involve simple consideration. Then there are questions for decimal calculations..05 equals 10..
originally with 45 members. Countries contributed to a pool which could be borrowed from. 9. United States. working to foster global monetary cooperation. on a temporary basis. by countries with payment imbalances (Condon. use one word substitutes more in the paragraph to make is short & conceptual. in particular those with an impact on exchange rate and the balance of payments.4. D. with a goal to stabilize exchange rates and assist the reconstruction of the world's international payment system. The IMF describes itself as "an organization of 186 countries (as of June 29. secure financial stability. 7. Its headquarters are in Washington. Make your concept clear. mainly to poorer countries. It doesn't matter that your story end or not what matters is that what you have written in it . Do not hurry thought for a little moment & then start writing.. . 2007). 5. It also offers highly leveraged loans. The International Monetary Fund was created in July 1944. The IMF was important when it was first created because it helped the world stabilize the economic system. 2009). 8. facilitate international trade. 6. & bring conciseness in it. Do not write fancy thing bcoz that will not impress the staff there rather then it could be trouble for you. restructuring or aid. The IMF is still important because it works to improve the economies of its member countries. use generally used words instead of using the words who are complicated to save the time of the staff there IMF The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is the international organization that oversees the global financial system by following the macroeconomic policies of its member countries. It is an organization formed with a stated objective of stabilizing international exchange rates and facilitating development through the enforcement of liberalising economic policies   on other countries as a condition for loans.C. so choose your words carefully.
when the first 29 countries signed its Articles of Agreement. The budget proposal includes sharp spending cuts of $100 million until 2011 that will include up to 380 staff dismissals. it was decided that the IMF would require additional financial resources to meet prospective needs of its member countries during the ongoing global financial crisis. As part of that decision.  Today The IMF's influence in the global economy steadily increased as it accumulated more members. 2008 to propose a new framework for the fund. After its consideration. With the exception of Taiwan (expelled in 1980). The IMF was formally organized on December 27. the G-20 leaders pledged to increase the IMF's supplemental cash tenfold to $500 billion. have required the IMF to adapt in a variety of ways to continue serving its purposes effectively. The International Monetary Fund was conceived in July 1944 during the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference." These recommendations cover the amount of quota in the IMF.  Data dissemination systems ination systems The application will be considered first by the IMF's Executive Board. faced with a shortfall in revenue. At the 2009 G-20 London summit. nineteen Executive Directors are elected by the remaining members). Cuba (left in 1964). with the delegates to the conference agreeing on a framework for international economic cooperation. The statutory purposes of the IMF today are the same as when they were formulated in 1943 (see #Assistance and reforms). the Executive Board will submit a report to the Board of Governors of the IMF with recommendations in the form of a "Membership Resolution. the International Monetary Fund's executive board agreed to sell part of the IMF's gold reserves. 2008. reflecting in particular the attainment of political independence by many developing countries and more recently the collapse of the Soviet bloc. North Korea. 1945. The expansion of the IMF's membership. together with the changes in the world economy. In 2008. On April 27. and to allocate to member countries another $250 billion via Special Drawing Rights. Member states are represented on a 24-member Executive Board (five Executive Directors are appointed by the five members with the largest quotas. and reduce poverty". Monaco. IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn welcomed the board's decision of April 7. all UN member states participate directly in the IMF. The representatives of 45 governments met in the Mount Washington Hotel in the area of Bretton Woods. New Hampshire. Tuvalu and Nauru.promote high employment and sustainable economic growth. designed to close a projected $400 million budget deficit over the next few years. The number of IMF member countries has more than quadrupled from the 44 states involved in its establishment. the form of payment of the subscription. Liechtenstein. Andorra. and other customary terms . United States. and all members appoint a Governor to the IMF's Board of Governors.
Similarly. A member's quota in the IMF determines the amount of its subscription. For example. the IMF's member countries agreed to the first round of ad hoc quota increases for four countries. turning Pakistan from a semi-presidential to a parliamentary republic. For example. at the end of April. The 'historic' bill reverses many infringements on Constitution of Pakistan over several decades by its military rulers. both countries remain as members of both organizations. In September 2005. Venezuela was forced to back down because a withdrawal would have triggered default clauses in the country's sovereign bonds. ensuring it remained at the level of the smallest G7 economy (Canada). although that is rare. its access to IMF financing.and conditions of membership. in April 2007. 2010 and became an act of parliament when a smiling President Asif Ali Zardari put his signature on the bill on . A member state cannot unilaterally increase its quota²increases must be approved by the Executive Board and are linked to formulas that include many variables such as the size of a country in the world economy." the applicant state needs to take the legal steps required under its own law to enable it to sign the IMF's Articles of Agreement and to fulfill the obligations of IMF membership. China was prevented from increasing its quota as high as it wished. Chavez dubbed both organizations as ³the tools of the empire´ that ³serve the interests of the North´. the IMF's Executive Board ended a period of extensive discussion and negotiation over a major package of reforms to enhance the institution's governance that would shift quota and voting shares from advanced to emerging markets and developing countries. After the Board of Governors has adopted the "Membership Resolution. in 2001. Rafael Correa announced the expulsion of the World Bank representative in the country. On March 28. and renaming North-West Frontier Province to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. the president of Ecuador. any member country can withdraw from the Fund. 2008. The package is expected to counter the sweeping powers amassed by the Presidency under former Presidents General Pervez Musharraf and General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq and to ease political instability in Pakistan. The amendment bill was passed by the Senate of Pakistan on April 15. 2010. As of June 2009. A few days later. 18 AMENDMENT Amendment XVIII (the Eighteenth Amendment) of the Constitution of Pakistan. and its allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs). was passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan on April 8. Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez announced that the country would withdraw from the IMF and the World Bank. its voting weight. including China. removing the power of the President of Pakistan to dissolve the Parliament unilaterally.
Pervez Musharraf by the Seventeenth Amendment. and therefore. said "We fully support the 18th Amendment. No elected government in Pakistan has ever completed its full term. It was the first time in the history of Pakistan that a president relinquished a significant part of his powers willingly and transferred them to parliament and the office of the prime minister. Among other changes. . a judicial commission will appoint judges. the lower house of Parliament. parliaments have just been 'rubber stamps'. This bill is the first bill since 1973 to decrease the powers of the President. and the president will no longer be able to appoint the head of the Election Commission. before it was removed by then-Prime minister Nawaz Sharif during his second term by the Thirteenth Amendment. The amendment turns the President into a ceremonial head of state and transfers power to the Prime Minister. speaking after the passage of the bill." However violence broke out in the North West Frontier Province's Hazara Division where the Hindko-speaking population opposed the attempts to rename the province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. and removes the limit on a Prime Minister serving more than two terms. in a vote that was described as historic and shown live on television. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq. in accordance with the wishes of its Pashtun-majority population. The bill also enhances provincial autonomy. whereas the present parliament seemed to be well aware of its obligations. Response Prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani. It is tantamount to the overhauling of the constitution. courts will no longer be able to endorse suspensions of the constitution. voted in favour of the amendment. The President will no longer be able to declare emergency rule in any province unilaterally. was 'throwing out' the 'unconstitutional' amendments. 2010. Ahmed Kurd." An editorial published in Dawn welcomed the amendment and urged to parliament to go further and undo the destructive legacy of General Zia's rule and re-examine the Hudood Ordinance and Blasphemy law in Pakistan. which had been subverted by military dictators since its inception. It was finally restored during the presidency of Gen. stated that "it is dividend of the politics of reconciliation that the Nation and the Parliament are united today and we have repealed undemocratic laws inserted to Constitution by dictators. former president of Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan.  Impact 292 of the 342 members of the National Assembly.April 19. opening the way for Nawaz Sharif to run again. Background The power of the President to dissolve the Parliament was enacted by the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan during the presidency of Gen. In the past. The North-West Frontier Province is renamed Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa.
) and no license to export major defence equipment to Pakistan may be issued pursuant to such Act in a fiscal year until the Secretary of State. It will now go to the House of Representatives and if passed without amendments. the Taliban and associated terrorist groups. will be sent to President Barack Obama for signing into law: S. 2009. (B) preventing al-Qaeda. particularly to any group that has conducted attacks against the United States or coalition forces in Afghanistan. 203. to the appropriate congressional committees that: (1) the Government of Pakistan is continuing to cooperate with the United States in efforts to dismantle supplier networks relating to the acquisition of nuclear weapons-related materials. such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed. including taking into account the extent to which the Government of Pakistan has made progress on matters such as (A) ceasing support. LIMITATIONS ON CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. under the direction of the President. such as providing relevant information from or direct access to Pakistani nationals associated with such networks. to extremist and terrorist groups.KERRY LOGGER BILL WASHINGTON: The following is the text of the Kerry-Lugar Bill passed by the Senate on Thursday. from operating in the territory of Pakistan. consistent with the purposes of assistance described in section 201. makes the certification required under subsection (c) for such fiscal year. under the direction of the President. dismantling terrorist bases of operations in other parts of the country. including Quetta and Muridke. (c) Certification: The certification required by this subsection is a certification by the Secretary of State. and taking action when provided with intelligence about . makes the certification required under subsection (c) for such fiscal year. (2) the Government of Pakistan during the preceding fiscal year has demonstrated a sustained commitment to and is making significant efforts towards combating terrorist groups. or against the territory or people of neighbouring countries. including carrying out cross-border attacks into neighbouring countries. no letter of offer to sell major defence equipment to Pakistan may be issued pursuant to the Arms Export Control Act (22 USC 2751 et seq.1707 Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan Act of 2009 (Engrossed as Agreed to or Passed by Senate) SEC. under the direction of the President. Sept 24. closing terrorist camps in the Fata. (a) Limitation on Security-related Assistance: For fiscal years 2011 through 2014. no security-related assistance may be provided to Pakistan in a fiscal year until the Secretary of State. including by any elements within the Pakistan military or its intelligence agency. (b) Limitation on Arms Transfers: For fiscal years 2012 through 2014.
(b). and the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate. 2009 (Public Law 111-32). and C) the Letter of Offer and Acceptance PK-D-SAF signed between the Governments of the United States of America and Pakistan on September 30. and (2) the Committee on Foreign Relations. the Department of State s Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund established under the Supplemental Appropriations Act. (B) Amounts otherwise available to the Secretary of State to carry out this subsection. PAKISTAN COUNTERINSURGENCY CAPABILITY FUND. as necessary. may be obligated or expended to make payments relating to (A) the Letter of Offer and Acceptance PK-D-YAD signed between the Governments of the United States of America and Pakistan on September 30.For fiscal year 2010.Subject to paragraph (2).The Secretary of State. (d) Certain Payments: (1) IN GENERAL. 2006. and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives. 2009 (Public Law 111-32). the term `appropriate congressional committees means (1) the Committee on Foreign Affairs. 2006. (2) EXCEPTION: Funds appropriated for security-related assistance for fiscal years 2010 through 2014 may be used for construction and related activities carried out pursuant to the Letters of Offer and Acceptance described in paragraph (1). the Committee on Armed Services. may waive the limitations contained in subsections (a). the Committee on Armed Services. (B) the Letter of Offer and Acceptance PK-D-NAP signed between the Governments of the United States of America and Pakistan on September 30. may not exercise the authority of paragraph (1) until seven days after the Secretary of State provides to the appropriate congressional committees a written notice of the intent to issue to waiver and the reasons therefore. under the direction of the President. (e) Waiver: (1) IN GENERAL .high-level terrorist targets. 204. . hereinafter in this section referred to as the `Fund . the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. or any amounts appropriated to the Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund established under the Supplemental Appropriations Act. (f) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined: In this section. (2) PRIOR NOTICE OF WAIVER: The Secretary of State. none of the funds appropriated for security-related assistance for fiscal years 2010 through 2014. and (C) strengthening counterterrorism and anti-money laundering laws. (a) For Fiscal Year 2010: (1) IN GENERAL . SEC. shall consist of the following: (A) Amounts appropriated to carry out this subsection (which may not include any amounts appropriated to carry out title I of this Act). and (d) for a fiscal year if the Secretary of State determines that is important to the national security interests of the United States to do so. The notice may be submitted in classified or unclassified form. and (3) the security forces of Pakistan are not materially and substantially subverting the political or judicial processes of Pakistan. under the direction of the President. 2006.
(C) RELATION TO OTHER AUTHORITIES: The authority to provide assistance under this subsection is in addition to any other authority to provide assistance to foreign countries. (D) NOTIFICATION: The Secretary of State shall. (c) Appropriate Congressional Committees Defined: In this section. the term `appropriate congressional committees means (1) the Committee on Appropriations. not less than 15 days prior to making transfers from the Fund under subparagraph (A). in coordination with . with the concurrence of the Secretary of Defence. to build and maintain the counterinsurgency capability of Pakistan under the same terms and conditions (except as otherwise provided in this subsection) that are applicable to amounts made available under the Fund for fiscal year 2009. the Committee on Armed Services.(2) PURPOSES OF FUND: Amounts in the Fund made available to carry out this subsection for any fiscal year are authorised to be used by the Secretary of State. (b) Submission of Notifications: Any notification required by this section may be submitted in classified or unclassified form. 205. SEC. (3) TRANSFER AUTHORITY: (A) IN GENERAL .The Secretary of State is authorised to transfer amounts in the fund made available to carry out this subsection for any fiscal year to the Department of Defence s Pakistan Counterinsurgency Fund established under the Supplemental Appropriations Act. any direct cash security-related assistance or non-assistance payments by the United States to the Government of Pakistan may only be provided or made to civilian authorities of a civilian government of Pakistan. notify the appropriate congressional committees in writing of the details of any such transfer. REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVILIAN CONTROL OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE (a) Requirements: (1) IN GENERAL . 2009 (Public Law 111-32) and such amounts may be transferred back to the Fund if the Secretary of Defence. (B) TREATMENT OF TRANSFERRED FUNDS: Subject to subsections (d) and (e) of section 203. the Secretary of State. as necessary. transfers from the Fund under the authority of subparagraph (A) shall be merged with and be available for the same purposes and for the same time period as amounts in the Department of Defence s Pakistan Counterinsurgency Fund. the Committee on Armed Services. and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives. and the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate.For fiscal years 2010 through 2014. with the concurrence of the Secretary of State. (2) DOCUMENTATION: For fiscal years 2010 through 2014. and (2) the Committee on Appropriations. determines that such amounts are not needed for the purposes for which initially transferred.
118 Stat.the Secretary of Defence. 122 Stat. (c) Application to Certain Activities. (d) Definitions. the Secretary of State shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report describing United States policy and strategy with respect to assistance to Pakistan under this Act. MONITORING. (2) NON-ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: The Secretary of Defence. may waive the requirements of subsection (a) with respect to security-related assistance described in subsection (a) funded from accounts within budget function 150 (International Affairs) if the Secretary of State certifies to the appropriate congressional committees that the waiver is important to the national security interest of the United States.In this section (1) the term `appropriate congressional committees means the Committees on Appropriations. and (2) the term civilian government of Pakistan does not include any government of Pakistan whose duly elected head of government is deposed by military coup or decree.S. STRATEGY REPORTS. in consultation with the Secretary of Defence. Armed Services. The report shall include the following: (1) A description of the principal objectives of United States assistance to Pakistan .C. (5) any payments made pursuant to the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement between the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of Defense of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. 413 et seq. (3) any assistance or payments if the Secretary of State determines and certifies to the appropriate congressional committees that subsequent to the termination of assistance or payments a democratically elected government has taken office. AND OTHER PROVISIONS SEC. as amended. and Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives and the Committees on Appropriations.Not later than 45 days after the date of enactment of this Act. Armed Services. and (6) any assistance or payments made pursuant to section 943 of the Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009 (Public Law 110-417.). 4578). ACCOUNTABILITY. may waive the requirements of subsection (a) with respect to non-assistance payments described in subsection (a) funded from accounts within budget function 050 (National Defence) if the Secretary of Defense certifies to the appropriate congressional committees that the waiver is important to the national security interest of the United States.Nothing in this section shall apply with respect to (1) any activities subject to reporting requirements under title V of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U. (a) Pakistan Assistance Strategy Report. and Foreign Relations of the Senate. 301. (b) Waiver: 1) SECURITY-RELATED ASSISTANCE: The Secretary of State. 2086). shall ensure that civilian authorities of a civilian government of Pakistan have received a copy of final documentation provided to the United States related to non-assistance payments provided or made to the Government of Pakistan. Reagan National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005 (Public Law 108-375. TITLE III STRATEGY. in consultation with the Secretary of State. (4) any assistance or payments made pursuant to section 1208 of the Ronald W. (2) any assistance to promote democratic elections or public participation in democratic processes.
or to be taken. including the FATA. including by working with the Government of Pakistan and other relevant governments and organizations in the region and elsewhere. (B) Political rights.to be provided under title I of this Act. parts of Balochistan. (J) Public expenditure on primary education. (O) Regulatory quality. (G) Immunization rates. (C) Voice and accountability. (5) A description of the steps taken. (N) Trade policy. (L) Business start-up. (H) Public expenditure on health. and local officials and members of Pakistani civil society and local private sector. (I) Girls primary education completion rate. (F) Control of corruption. (b) Comprehensive Regional Strategy Report: (1) SENSE OF CONGRESS: It is the sense of Congress that the achievement of United States national security goals to eliminate terrorist threats and close safe havens in Pakistan requires the development of a comprehensive plan that utilizes all elements of national power. including in coordination and cooperation with other concerned governments. projects. operations research. the NWFP. to ensure assistance provided under this Act is not awarded to individuals or entities affiliated with terrorist organizations. including recommendations for sustainment and training. and activities for fiscal years 2010 through 2014. Pakistan. to best implement effective counterinsurgency and counterterrorism efforts in and near the border areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. (E) Rule of law. civic. (4) A description of the role to be played by Pakistani national. and activities designed to achieve the purposes of section 101 and the respective funding levels for such programs. (2) COMPREHENSIVE REGIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY: The President shall develop a comprehensive interagency regional security strategy to eliminate terrorist threats and close safe havens in Pakistan. and parts of Punjab. . religious. (K) Natural resource management. and Afghanistan. (M) Land rights and access. (3) A plan for program monitoring. projects. (P) Inflation control. and of consultations with such representatives in developing the strategy. (Q) Fiscal policy. (D) Government effectiveness. (6) A projection of the levels of assistance to be provided to Pakistan under this Act. broken down into the following categories as described in the annual `Report on the Criteria and Methodology for Determining the Eligibility of Candidate Countries for Millennium Challenge Account Assistance : (A) Civil liberties. regional. as appropriate. and that it is critical to Pakistan s long-term prosperity and security to strengthen regional relationships among India. (7) An analysis for the suitable replacement for existing Pakistani helicopters. (2) A general description of the specific programs. and impact evaluation research for assistance authorized under title I of this Act. and tribal leaders in helping to identify and implement programs and projects for which assistance is to be provided under this Act.
and (ii) the Committee on Appropriations. the term `appropriate congressional committees means (i) the Committee on Appropriations. and the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate. (C) APPROPRIATE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES DEFINED: In this paragraph. the Secretary of State. the Committee on Foreign Affairs. The report shall include (1) a description of all assistance by program. including the amount of assistance provided for each program or project.000 to conduct projects under title I of this Act during the period covered by the report. (a) Semi-Annual Monitoring Report. and as updated pursuant to paragraph (3) of this subsection. shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report that describes the assistance provided under this Act during the preceding 180-day period. (3) with respect to the plan described in section 301(a)(3).(3) REPORT: (A) IN GENERAL. qualitative. (2) a list of persons or entities from the United States or other countries that have received funds in excess of $100. project. and every 180 days thereafter through September 30. the Committee on Foreign Relations. including a systematic. the President shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report on the comprehensive regional security strategy required under paragraph (2). which may be included in a classified annex. quantitative basis for assessing whether desired outcomes are achieved . and proposed timelines and budgets for implementation of the strategy. the Committee on Armed Services. (B) CONTENTS. and with respect to the first report a description of all amounts made available for assistance to Pakistan during fiscal year 2009. MONITORING REPORTS.The report shall include a copy of the comprehensive regional security strategy. Such plan shall include an assessment of how the use of such amounts complements or otherwise is related to amounts described in section 204.Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. the Committee on Armed Services. provided pursuant to title I of this Act during the period covered by the report. the Secretary of State shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees a plan for the proposed use of amounts authorized for security-related assistance for each of the fiscal years 2010 through 2014. including specifications of goals. project. in consultation with the Secretary of Defense. updates to such plan and a description of best practices to improve the impact of the assistance authorized under title I of this Act. and activity for which funds were made available. (c) Security-related Assistance Plan.Not later than 180 days after the submission of the Pakistan Assistance Strategy Report pursuant to section 301(a). and activity. 2014. and where possible. including a description of each program. (4) an assessment of the effectiveness of assistance provided under title I of this Act during the period covered by the report in achieving desired objectives and outcomes as guided by the plan described in section 301(a)(3). and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives. as well as by geographic area. SEC. 302. if necessary to avoid a security risk. and a justification for the classification.
physical. and comments addressing. civilian involvement in strategic guidance and planning. apply for observer status for the Financial Action Task Force. if any. and abuse of expenditures under title I of this Act. of United States bilateral or multilateral assistance and recommendations for modification of funding. (13) an assessment of whether assistance provided to Pakistan has directly or indirectly aided the expansion of Pakistan s nuclear weapons program. or human resources that hinder the effective use and monitoring of such funds. and military involvement in civil administration. (9) a description of the expenditures made from any Chief of Mission Fund established pursuant to section 101(c)(5) during the period covered by the report. (7) any incidents or reports of waste. (5) a description of any shortfall in United States financial.000. fraud.and a timeline for completion of each project and program. (b) Government Accountability Office Reports: (1) PAKISTAN ASSISTANCE STRATEGY REPORT: Not later than one year after the submission of the Pakistan Assistance Strategy Report pursuant to section 301(a). (6) a description of any negative impact. the Taliban. technical. broken down into the categories set forth in section 301(a)(6). and other extremist and terrorist groups in the FATA and settled areas. the process of promotion for senior military leaders. (C) a detailed description of the . and (15) an assessment of the extent to which the Government of Pakistan exercises effective civilian control of the military. whether by the diversion of United States assistance or the reallocation of Pakistan s financial resources that would otherwise be spent for programs and activities unrelated to its nuclear weapons program. including the absorptive capacity of the region for which the resources are intended. (E) prevent attacks into neighbouring countries. (11) an evaluation of efforts undertaken by the Government of Pakistan to (A) disrupt. including those of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed. (14) a detailed description of the extent to which funds obligated and expended pursuant to section 202(b) meet the requirements of such section. (12) a detailed description of Pakistan s efforts to prevent proliferation of nuclear-related material and expertise. (10) an accounting of assistance provided to Pakistan under title I of this Act. the Comptroller General of the United States shall submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report that contains (A) a review of. the chain of command. and defeat al Qaeda. including a description of the extent to which civilian executive leaders and parliament exercise oversight and approval of military budgets. the Pakistan Assistance Strategy Report. and a list of the recipients of any expenditures from the Chief of Mission Fund in excess of $100. (B) eliminate the safe havens of such forces in Pakistan. (F) increase oversight over curriculum in Madrassas. and (G) improve counterterrorism financing and anti-money laundering laws. (C) close terrorist camps. including closing Madrassas with direct links to the Taliban or other extremist and terrorist groups. (B) recommendations relating to any additional actions the Comptroller General believes could help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of United States efforts to meet the objectives of this Act. and take steps to adhere to the United Nations International Convention for the Suppression of Financing of Terrorism. dismantle. (D) cease all support for extremist and terrorist groups. (8) the amount of funds authorized to be appropriated pursuant to section 102 that were used during the reporting period for administrative expenses or for audits and program reviews pursuant to the authority under sections 101(c)(2) and 103. the purposes for which such expenditures were made.
.expenditures made by Pakistan pursuant to grant assistance under section 23 of the Arms Export Control Act (22 USC.