What are our Demands?


A true revolution needs to have three things; Vision, Demands and Leadership.

There is a lot of talk of revolution. However, unfortunately, there is lack of vision, nobody is putting up the demands to bring about the concrete change and there is no leadership.

We have a vision, we have demands those will bring the change our country needs and Dr. Shahzad Latif is providing the leadership we need to bring about the change.

Our Demands are simple and straight forward:


Demand A:

Amend constitution to make Pakistan a Presidential Democracy and other government structural changes those we are proposing.

President would be elected by people on basis of one person one vote over the age of 21years, with minimal of 51% majority.

Provinces be disolved into Divisions and each Division into 10 sub-divisions. Division governed by Administrators. These Administrators would be appointed by the President. Divisional government would have a representative body with elected members from each sub-divisional area. These members would bring issues of their regions to the floor and make local laws. 

National parliament would have 5 elected members representing 2 sub-divisional areas. And Senate two members from each Division.

Each sub-divisional area would be of equal size in terms of population and each Division will be of equal number of sub-divisional area.

Demand B:

A new election commission be formed with the recommendation of the Supreme Court Judges.

Demand C:

Federal and provincial Parliaments be dissolved. President resign. Interim government takes over with minimal cabinet with interim President and fifteen or less ministers. Members of the interim government would be from the recommended pool of individuals.

Demand D:

Hold elections for President and National Parliament members.
Hold elections for Divisional Legislative Representatives.

Demand E::

New President and parliament members take oath.
Appointed Divisional Administrators and elected Divisional Legislative Representatives take oath.