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He was the founding member of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) and also one of the founders of SAFMA.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ), National Press Club (NPC) and Rawalpindi-Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIUJ) have strongly condemned attack by some unruly group at the Sukkur Press Club.
As noted, the main problem in a federal union is the allocation of powers between the national government and the states.
He said his government will strive for national reconciliation, nationwide peace, emergence of a federal union and raising of living standard of the people.
One day after the Kurdish declaration, several Syrian rebel groups released a statement condemning the declaration and vowed to fight against the fledgling federal union.
This terrific book offers one of the most authoritative recent treatments of slavery's powerful place in the federal union between the American Revolution and the Missouri Crisis.
The only final remedy for this supreme and catastrophic evil of our time is a federal union of the peoples".
In fact, General Aung San and the leaders of Chin, Kachin and Shan ethnic groups had guaranteed a genuine federal union of Burma by signing the Panglong Agreement on Feb.
MEP Andrew Duff (ALDE, UK), who heads the Union of European Federalists, firmly believes there should be a constitutional convention, which could not be held before spring 2015, to organise a more federal union on the heels of the euro crisis.
Former party leader Sir Menzies Campbell concluded that a Declaration of Federal Union is the only way to combat UK regional inequalities.
Members of the committee suggested revamping the USF board of Directors by giving representation to parliamentarians and Federal Union of Journalists.
Secretary-general of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists

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