In addition, the federal governments and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa should take urgent steps to develop the region, which has the worst socio-economic indicators in the country and has been ravaged by conflict. There is a grand plan for the multi-year financing of FATA`s development, but no guarantee that the money will arrive. The new National Financial Commission should quickly agree on such funding. [fn] At its last meeting in May, the National Economic Council agreed on a 10-year multi-billion euro development plan (based on a 3% stake in the FATA National Finance Commission price), which will be implemented in three phases. The federal government would provide 43 per cent of the finances, and the provinces would provide the rest by their share in the allocation of the Commission. Thirty per cent would be spent through elected local authorities. So far, there are no legal or written guarantees for these funds. Ghani Ghazan Jamal, “Developing FATA: Where are the funds?”, Dawn, 10 June 2018; Rahimullah Yusufzai, “Is the euphoria of historical fusion over?”, The News, 10 June 2018.Islamabad and Peshawar should also consult FATA stakeholders on reconstruction, rehabilitation and development and ensure the availability of taxpayers` money. Note: See also sections 15(4) and (5) (provisions of agreements that are currently non-binding), parts 5 (criminal offences and civil penalties) and 6 (fees) and section 135 (notification and enforcement mode). 2. When a person takes action by entering into an agreement, the person must make himself known for any notifiable measures covered by the agreement.
(a) any agreement, understanding, commitment or commitment: b) the conclusion or termination of a contract – has a meaning that is affected by paragraph 16, paragraph 2. (a) an important measure that is not mentioned in the notification but is covered by the same agreement that covers the measures covered in subsection 1; or 15………. Interest acquired by entering into agreements or acquiring options…….. 22 (b) the provisions of the agreement on the acquisition or sale of the shares become binding on the person only if one or more conditions are met; (ii) the interest of an agreement that gives a right (known as profit – take) to remove something from another person`s country or to remove something from the ground of that soil; i.e. the signing of an agreement covered in paragraph 40, paragraph 2, point (d), with respect to a business or the modification of a company`s constituent document, in accordance with paragraph 40, paragraph 2, point e), provisions of agreements that are currently non-binding (2) A person proposes to enter into or terminate an agreement if the person participates in negotiations for the conclusion or termination of the agreement or proposes to participate in the conclusion or termination of the agreement.