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In November this year, the world will witness one of the most keenly awaited presidential elections in Pakistan with President Pervez Musharraf seeking a second term from the existing parliament without giving up his uniform. A few months later, in early 2008, will follow the general elections for the National Assembly. Contrary to perceptions, the road to re-election may not be smooth. There are chances that the situation in Balochistan and Wazi
Pakistan's PPP-led government failed to end the domination of the military over the government, much less bring the military machine, particularly the army, under the government's control. A huge percentage of the country's budget is allocated to the military.
The media has been working overtime to sow divisions in Sharif’s party and family.
There is no reason to believe that we will witness some change in Pakistan’s foreign policy.
How will India manage a Pakistan led by Imran Khan?
A new innings begins for former cricket captain and now PM designate Imran Khan, but this time on an uncertain wicket!
People have thought in the past that a three-party system can achieve maximum stability in Pakistan. Observers will be keen to look at how the Pakistani military will be factored into the new dynamic.
The power of the people has upended all expectations and predictions in this Pakistan election
Pakistan is likely to see a stable but fragile government, and the opposition will try its best to render it dysfunctional.
In any case, given that the elections have become controversial even before a single vote has been cast means that the legitimacy of the next government, especially one led by Imran, will be constantly questioned and challenged.
In the coming Pakistan elections, the PPP cannot be written off because it has substantial pockets of support across various provinces. But it deserves some sympathy. Asif Zardari has not had an easy time with the media which had deemed him corrupt from day one or the judiciary and the military which have foiled all his efforts to come up with bold policies.
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