The Significance of Political Participation inPolitical Development: A Case Study of Pakistan

Muhammad Ibrahim, Razia Mussarat

Abstract


The shared and common interweaved concept of public participation for democratization needed accentuate relationship between public and decision makers in democratic institutions. The complex and interwoven issues required more informed citizen. Then it got weighed with debate and discussion for potential decisions. The purpose of the study is to enhance the rate of mobilization high and equality of participation for political development. It also differentiated between modernization and political development. Fast escalations in mobilization and participation, the primary political aspects of modernization, undermine political institutions. The literature that provide is deliberative method for developing principles for public participation. It is art of making people civilized and becoming associated together. It improves the ration and quality of participation in democratization. It is a potential problem to discuss about voting and non-voting. The voting behavior depends upon the techniques of election campaign of political parties. The relation of democracy is linked with political culture has been emphasized. Many authors ponders that democracy rests on a civic culture. The western social scientists as Huntington and Fukuyama connected the religious culture to democratic progression. It is productive for perfection of organization which fortifies democratic institutions for democratization. Public participation decisions are popular decisions. The paper will focus for political development emphasizes on social mobilization and political participation that cause for growth of institutions. That leads to political development of political system of Pakistan.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v4i4.7189



Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104

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