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Title: Perception of the FATA residents regarding the implementation of the FCR reforms
Authors: Devolution Trust for Community Empowerment
Keywords: Politics and government;Social conditions;Public opinion;Religions;Public opinion -- Pakistan -- Federally Administered Tribal Areas;Social surveys -- Pakistan -- Federally Administered Tribal Areas;Women's studies;Frontier crime regulation (FCR);Women's education;Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Pakistan) -- Politics and government -- Public opinion;Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Pakistan) -- Social conditions -- Public opinion;Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Pakistan) -- Religion -- Public opinion
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Devloution Trust for Community Empowerment (DTCE)
Citation: http://dtce.org.pk/DTCE/Data/Misc%20Reports/FCR_Research_Study_Report.pdf
Description: "The 2011 political reforms included numerous and extensive amendments to the Frontier Crimes Regulation. The legal concepts and overarching structure of the regulation, however, remained essentially untouched. While most critics and many FATA citizens argue that additional political reforms are needed, the 2011 amendments to the FCR did introduce new concepts, strengthened pre-existing substantive and procedural law, and made some gains in terms of the political and human rights of FATA citizens. The main purpose of the research was to understand gaps in the current FCR Reforms and present community determined changes to the Reforms."
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/33972
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