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  Yasir Abbas
  Brief Profile  

Born on January 3, 1992. Yasir Abbas is currently enrolled in Bachelors in International Relations at the Bahria University, Islamabad. He belongs from Yasin Ghizer, Gilgit-Baltistan and has completed schooling from Agha Khan Higher Secondary School, Gilgat. He has been part of several Model United Nations and Parliamentary debate competitions and at the same time he represented his university in several programs, workshops and conferences. He in addition to that has regularly participated in debate contests held both in college and university level and has served as coordinator English debating society of his University. Apart from that he has actively participated in community services and welfare. His interest includes Foreign Affairs, International Law, Defense and Strategic Studies and Nuclear Studies. He has also worked with Geo television networks as internee.

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Yasir Abbas is affiliated with Blue Party and is working as Youth Minister for Foreign Affairs and Defence and is member of Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence and former Chairperson Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence from February 27, 2013 to July 04, 2013

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Second Session

Mr. Yasir Abbas (YP08-GB01) would like to move the following resolution:“This House believes that government of Pakistan should educate the public about the nuclear program of Pakistan and the precautionary measure during possible war. Government should make an effort to make the public well familiar with the requirement of Nuclear Weapons as deterrence, and at the same time educate the public to counter the propaganda regarding their safety and security in international community.”      

Second Session

Mr. Yasir Abbas (YP08-GB01) would like to move the following resolution.“This House believes that the delay in the issuance of passport has badly affected the workers and students. Large number of students could not join their foreign educational institutions due to the non availability and non issuance of timely passport. Workers residing aboard are stopped from working due to the expiry of passport. These people earn huge foreign exchange for the country, but in return the government is giving a deaf ear to the sufferings of Pakistani residing aboard. It’s high time that government should take immediate steps to ensure the timely issuance of passport.”

Fourth Session

Ms. Hira Mumtaz (YP41-PUNJAB24) and Mr. Yasir Abbas (YP08-GB01) would like to move the following resolution: “The House should discuss the situation in Syria, and its alleged use of chemical weapons, given its significance on the stability of the Middle East and its impact on Pakistan. It further believes that the international community should wait for the outcome of the UN investigation before taking any action.”

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