The Politics of Electables in Baluchistan: Concerning the Emergence of the Baluchistan Awami Party (BAP)
Keywords:politics of electables, Baluchistan, tribal politics, BAP party, political engineering
In this study, the researcher highlights the issues of governance and the politics of electables in Baluchistan. Over the last ten years, the culture of party-switching politics in the province has developed due to electables and their way of politics. The population of the province is mostly comprised of rural areas, and in these areas the influence of the tribal chiefs is strong and their bank of the vote in rural areas of the province. In this study, the researcher also explores the political engineering in Baluchistan because, to remain in power, political leaders compromise their political ideology and form relations with the establishment. The Baluchistan Awami party was introduced a month before the general election of 2018, and it emerged as a majority party in the province. The research was exploratory and cross-sectional, as ell as collecting secondary data.
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