Friday, 29 January 2016

Bridging the Gaps in the CPEC

The democratically elected government of Pakistan has been largely successful in controlling political instability. It is all set to complete its constitutionally mandated term if it gains credibility of the general public. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) led government sailed off with its economic agenda by ushering in the big of deals, contracts and understandings. This started changing the image of Pakistan as a failed or failing state. The leadership has worked hard to furnish ideas; be it the promise of revitalizing the energy issue through a sustainable mix, serving the growing population, pacifying inflation, drying down the dengue epidemic, addressing the menace of polio, stimulating foreign diplomacy efforts especially with the neighboring nations, establishing order in the education circuit, devising strategies in the health portfolio or bringing overwhelming investment through its strong relations. Shortfalls remain especially in the education and health sectors and overall governance capacity.

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