2-3. Tom earns $15 per hour for up to 40 hours of work each week. He is paid $30 per hour for
every hour in excess of 40. Tom faces a 20 percent tax rate and pays $4 per hour in child care
expenses for each hour he works. Tom receives $80 in child support
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2-7. Explain why a lump sum government transfer can entice some workers to stop
working (and entices no one to start working) while the earned income tax credit can entice
some people who otherwise would not work to start working (and entic
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4-2. In the United States, labor supply tends to be inelastic relative to labor demand, and according
to law, payroll taxes are essentially assessed evenly between workers and firms. Given the above
situation, are workers or firms mor
7-2. What effect will each of the following proposed changes have on wage inequality?
(a) Indexing the minimum wage to inflation.
Indexing the minimum wage to inflation should reduce wage inequality because the minimum wage helps
prop up the wages of less
Tenure of office, Art. VII, Sec. 12
Qualifications of statewide candidates
Attorney general, Art. VII, Sec. 8
Auditor, Art. IV, Sec. 13
Governor, Art. IV, Sec. 3
Lieutenant Governor, Art. IV, Sec. 10
Secretary of State, Art. VII, Sec
party is dissolved under Article 15, any member of such political party, if
he is a
member of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) or a Provincial Assembly,
disqualified for the remaining term to be a member of the Majlis-e-Shoora
at a time.
(4) A member of a political party shall have the right of access to the
records of the political party.
1Added vide C.E.O. No. 20 of 2002, dt. 22-7-2002.
6. Membership fee and contributions.(1) A member of a political
party shall be required
been so terminated and the contesting candidate does not want to utilise
deposit for a subsequent election, or after the declaration of the result of
under section 20 or section 42 the deposit made under section 13, in
Verification board to inspect or cause inspection of, 115.503
Voting, methods of, Art. VIII, Sec. 3
Improper conduct, how handled, 115.111
Qualifications, must be a registered voter of jurisdiction, 115.107
by the President after consultation with the Chief Justice of the High
Court concerned and with the Commissioner.
(3) It shall be the duty of the Election Commission constituted in relation
to an election to organize and conduct the election and to make s
8. Decisions of Commission, etc.(1) All decisions of the Election
Commission shall be expressed in terms of the opinion of the majority of
members, including the Chairman.
(2) No election conducted, or other action taken or thing done, by the
preside at the meeting of the members of Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)
and at the
meetings of the members of the Provincial Assemblies.
3. The Chief Election Commissioner shall by public notification fix the
time and place for depositing nomination papers,
1 Substituted vide ECO Order No. 35 of 02, dt, 6-11-02.
(iii) where he is a member of a Hindu undivided family and the
contract has been entered into by any other member of that
family in the course of carrying on a separate business in which
he has n
Sd/M. M. KAZIM,
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
M. Bashir.3000-6 (Folder 3000(07) ECP) PC-6
THE PRESIDENTAIAL ELECTION RULES, 1988
ARRANGEMENT OF RULES
1. Short title and commencement . 105
2. Definitions .
by the Legal Framework Order, 2002 (C. Es. O. No. 24 of 2002), Art. 3 and
Sch., which was amended
by C. Es. O. No. 32 of 2002, Art. 2.
2 Subs. by P. O. No. 14 of 1985, Art. 2 and Sch. for cl. (3).
3 Subs. by the Constitution (Eigth Amdt.) Act, 1985 (18 of
EXTRACT FROM THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS
RELATING TO ELECTIONS
ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES
51. National Assembly . 5
59. The Senate . 6
62. Qualifications for membership of Majlis-e-Shoora
(Parliament) . 8
63. Disqualifications for memb
(2) The Election Commission shall, after satisfying itself that the
fulfils the requirements of Articles 11 and 12 of the Order, publish the
including the details of election in the official Gazette.
8. Intra-party elections for th
the incorrect number should be crossed out and the correct number
entered in the right
(2) In the event a duplicate signature is found on the petition, the local
election authority shall
call this to the attention of the secretary of state in a se
Chief Election Commissioner, respectively appoint.
11. A ballot paper shall be issued to every member of Majlis-e-Shoora
(Parliament), and of each Provincial Assembly, who presents himself for
the meeting of the members of the Majlis-e-Shoora (P
Elections rescheduled or relocated due to disaster, definition, 115.024
Governor to furnish list of persons pardoned. 115.197
Investigative authority, 115.191
Offices may be maintained, open, when, 115.057
Peace officers to assist when requested, 115.059
[See rule 7(1)]
CERTIFICATE REGARDING INTRA-PARTY ELECTIONS
I . Party Leader (specify designation)
do hereby certify that the intra-party elections have
(Name of the political party)
been held in accordance with the constitution of the par
entry in the electoral roll shall be made to the Revising Authority within
15 days of
the publication of the draft electoral roll.]
3[7B. Status of Ahmadis etc. to remain unchanged.Notwithstanding
anything contained in the Electoral Rolls Act, 1974 (XXI o
4. Constitution of political parties. 61
5. Membership of political parties. 62
6. Membership fee and contributions. 63
7. Suspension or expulsion of a member. 63
8. Selection for elective offices. 63
9. Holder of elected public offices prohibited to hold
22. The Chief Election Commissioner may, by public notification, with the
approval of the President, make rules for carrying out the purposes of this
THE ELECTION COMMISSION ORDER, 2002
(CHIEF EXECUTIVES ORDER NO. 1 OF 2002)
delimitation of constituencies.
(3) The Commission shall, after hearing and considering the
representations, if any, received by it, make such amendments, alterations
modifications, in the preliminary list published under sub-section (1) as it
FORMATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES
3. Formation of political parties, etc.(1) Subject to the provisions of
this Order, it shall be lawful for any body of individuals or association of
form, organize, continue or set-up a political party.
(2) A pol
to the National Assembly and to a Provincial Assembly, and for the
election to the Senate, an Election Commission shall be constituted in
with this Article.
(2) The Election Commission shall consist of
(a) The Commissioner, who shall
Circulation of petition prior to approval, effect, 116.334
Filing of, procedure, 116.100
For constitutional amendment or law, form of, 116.040
For statutory initiative or referendum, requirements, procedure, 116.332
Petitioner may sign by mark,
where he seeks membership;
(d) he is, in the case of a Provincial Assembly, not less than twenty-five
years of age and is enrolled as voter in any area in a Province from
where he seeks membership for that Assembly;
(e) he is of good character and is not
Time for filing of, 115.329
Validity of signatures, who shall determine, 115.335
Who may sign, 115.313
Candidate declaration, form of, 115.377
Candidate selected to be certified to election authority, 115.373
Certification of nominat
Election authority to publish date, 115.389
General election, when held, 115.121
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Municipal election day defined, 115.121
Nonpartisan election not required, when, 115.124
Notice by mail authorized
1999, as amended.
[May Allah Almighty help and guide me (Ameen)]
THE CONDUCT OF GENERAL ELECTIONS ORDER, 2002
(CHIEF EXECUTIVES ORDER NO. 7 OF 2002)
THE CONDUCT OF GENERAL ELECTIONS ORDER, 2002
(CHIEF EXECUTIVES ORDER NO. 7 OF 2002)
conclusion of at least sixteen years of education,
recognized by the University Grants Commission or a recognized
1 Omitted, vide C.E.O. No. 21 of 2002, dt. 31-7-2002.
2 Added ibid.
statutory body, as well as at least twenty years of experience,