Managing Water in Multi-Layered Political Systems
Edited by Dustin E. Garrick, George R.M. Anderson, Daniel Connell and Jamie Pittock
Chapter 15: Inter-jurisdictional water management in Pakistan's Indus Basin
The Indus Basin Irrigation system (IBIS) is the worldís largest contiguous irrigation network managed under a federal arrangement (Figure 15.1). While constitutionally water is a federal subject and provinces are responsible for irrigation and drainage, domestic water supply and sanitation, major decisions have always involved both jurisdictions politically and other constitutional provisions ensure they are administered jointly through the Council of Common Interests (CCI), which brings together all the countryís heads of government.
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