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Making Good Governance Possible GOOD GOVERNANCE STUDY GROUP

Founder's Message to the Nation

October 24, 1947

 

“My message to you all is of Hope, Courage and Confidence. Let us mobilize all our resources in a systematic and organized way and tackle the grave issues that confront us with grim determination and discipline worthy of a great nation”.

Goal

 

The goal of GGSG is to understand the dynamics of good governance in light of its indeterminate and highly desired state and in Pakistan’s peculiar context. The Group is dedicated to the cause of promoting principles and characteristics of good governance and considers the absence of it as the root cause of poverty, lawlessnes and unrest in society.

 

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Mission Statement

 

Nestibulum lareo risusa nuege naim placera ulace duit duipretiu licituin necerais nulla voluitpat convalrs anlmu sevitae null liberro tincidunt placerat ulamce sollicituteri duipretiu. Senectus et netus mialesuada fames turpisa egestas a lorerm laoreet vulputate null liberro feugiattur lacus elieifend pharetra tincidunt.

 

Nestibulum lareo

Turpis Fusce

  • Sestibulum iacgulis sodales
  • Ornare venenatis diam stique
  • Posuere dgio vulputate hende
  • Donec leout sestibulm posuer
  • Sestibulum iacgulis sodales
  • Posuere dgio vulputate hende

Fusce Mauris

  • Sestibulum iacgulis sodales
  • Ornare venenatis diam stique
  • Posuere dgio vulputate hende
  • Donec leout sestibulm posuer
  • Sestibulum iacgulis sodales

Thomas Jafferson

to Maryland Republicans address, 1809. ME 16:359

 

 

Thomas Jefferson often referred to the term good government. In his opinion, the Government ought be judged by how well it meets its legitimate objectives. For him, good government was the one who most effectively secures the rights of the people and the rewards of their labor, which promotes their happiness, and also does their will. For instance, he said:

"The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the only legitimate object of good government."