Rawalpondi, Pakistan — With an election in the offing, the government of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is talking about the rights of women and women’s education.
Abbasi, a conservative politician who has led Pakistan for decades, is not talking about women’s issues but about the economy.
He is proposing a constitutional amendment that would make women eligible for the draft.
His amendment calls for making women eligible to work for five years in a job or at an apprenticeship program, and he has promised to provide free public education for women and girls.
It is not the first time the government has made women a priority.
For many years, the constitution and the constitution-drafting process were dominated by the military, which pushed for a woman-only draft to ensure that the country would have a woman in charge.
Now, it is a far-reaching issue.
A woman has to go to the doctor if she needs a contraceptive, a doctor must give birth to her child, she has to be allowed to work, and the government needs to decide whether to allow women to marry.
The draft would be a major change for Pakistan.
Women would have to wait until they were married to get married, and that would affect their careers and their rights.
But if women are allowed to run for public office, it will mean that women’s voices will be heard.
It will also allow the government to focus on women’s economic rights and social justice.
If a woman runs for office, she will have to work with the government in order to be eligible to vote.
She will have no choice but to do that.
It’s going to be hard to convince a female voter to go into politics, says Naseem Nadeem, a professor at the University of Punjab.
Women are still not allowed to enter into politics.
In the last general election, when Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif lost, a majority of women voted for him.
He won with a landslide.
The reason that women are still excluded is that the government doesn’t have a way to measure women’s participation in politics.
And there is a problem with that.
The draft would give women more voting rights, but that would only affect the top two candidates, and not all of them.
The government is also trying to make sure that women don’t vote for themselves.
Abbasi is pushing for a constitutional change that would allow women in the country to become eligible to run in elections.
This is a constitutional process that the prime minister has created in order for the government and the ruling party to work together, said Qamar Shahid, an independent scholar who has studied the draft and who has written extensively about the issue.
But this amendment will change the way politics is conducted in Pakistan.
In the past, women were only allowed to join politics when they were legally married, or when they had given birth to a child.
That was a very limited and patriarchal system, Shahid says.
Now it is open to women, even if they don’t have children, who are not legally married.
Women are allowed in the public sphere for any purpose, including the workplace, and they can vote.
They can work and live in peace, even though they are not allowed by law to vote, Shahad said.
There are several things that the proposed constitutional amendment could mean for women’s lives.
For instance, it would allow them to enter the public sector, which is where the government works, and have more rights and opportunities.
The prime minister wants to change that to give women greater voting rights.
The changes could also help women in their daily lives.
A few months ago, when I was with a group of young women from the city of Peshawar, I was surprised to hear about the number of girls who were taking part in school, Shah said.
She has been a teacher in the city for more than 20 years, and she told me about the fact that in Peshawar now, girls get to go out to the playground and have fun.
I am not saying that the women in my city don’t love and care for their girls, but I am saying that this amendment changes the way the women are able to do their job, Shah says.
That is important because when you have a government that doesn’t believe in women, you are going to have a lot more women who will be doing their job.
The amendment could also have positive effects for Pakistan’s economy.
As more women are entering politics, it has helped Pakistan to grow.
The economic growth that started in the early 1990s, and which has been going on for the last decade, has helped make the country a major economy.
But in order that Pakistan is able to grow, the country has to have more women in its workforce.
Shahid believes that women need to be involved in the economic