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YPP Highlights

Justice (R) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry

Chief Justice of Pakistan Addressing the Youth Parliament at the Supreme Court, Islamabad on September 08, 2007

"The youth should actively participate in the Electoral Process and support free, fair and credible Elections in the country.”

Senator Mian Raza Rabbani

The Then Leader of the Opposition in the Senate of Pakistan Addressing the Youth Parliament Pakistan, 2007 Third Session on May 01, 2007

"While acknowledging the extraordinary security threats facing the country, the route of 21st Constitutional Amendment is not the most favourable to address the problem. ”

Mr. David Milband, MP

The Then Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, UK Addressing Youth Parliament Pakistan 2007, Fourth Session on July 25, 2007

“It is now about changing of minds and hearts and the notion of Youth Parliament represents an important symbol of the society we want to create.”

Mr. Mushahid Hussain Sayed

Senator and Senior Leader PMLQ Addressing the Youth Parliament Pakistan fifth session on September 05, 2007

“The Youth Parliament Pakistan provides invaluable training in Politics and Democracy through a robust debate on issues facing Pakistan.”

Mr. Nasir Khan

The Then Federal Minister for Health, addressing the Youth Parliament Pakistan 2007 Fifth session on September 09, 2007

“Youth Parliament Pakistan Members should join hands to spread awareness on public health issues particularly in spreading anti-smoking message in the Youth of Pakistan.”

Mr. Shaukat Aziz

The Then Prime Minister of Pakistan
Addressing the Youth Parliament at the Prime Minister House, Islamabad on September 07, 2007

“Pakistani Youth can play a very constructive role in image building and taking the country forward in the years ahead.”

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