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Pakistan’s Political Chess: Sharif Takes Center Stage, Zardari’s Presidential Bid Gains Momentum

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Pakistan’s New Government: Coalition Unveiled by PPP and PML-

 A Historic Coalition Emerges

In a landmark development, after days of intense negotiations, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have reached a consensus to form a new coalition government in Pakistan. This groundbreaking agreement was officially announced on Tuesday, culminating a series of discussions among party leaders. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the chairman of PPP, revealed in a late-night joint press conference that Shahbaz Sharif, the president of PML-N, would reassume the role of Prime Minister, while PPP’s co-chairman Asif Zardari is set to become the next President of the country.

The Path Cleared: A Political Milestone

The political landscape has been significantly reshaped with this collaboration between two prominent parties. The leaders affirmed that the necessary numerical support has been secured, putting them in a position to form the government. This unexpected alliance has paved the way for a new era in Pakistani politics.

Global Watch on Pakistan Elections: Amid Allegations and Chinese Perspective

As the world closely observed the recent elections in Pakistan, the transparency and peaceful conduct of the polls were hailed by China. However, in the last 13 days, the global audience has repeatedly witnessed images of alleged large-scale electoral malpractices. Accusations of election interference have been levied, particularly in the absence of the PML(N) – a political party significant in Pakistan’s politics. The suspicion arose when irregularities occurred during the counting process, attributed to military intervention.

Vote Counting Anomalies: Unraveling the ‘Game’

The magnitude of electoral manipulation in Pakistan has left a senior officer in Rawalpindi feeling introspective. Commissioner Liyaqat Ali of Rawalpindi accused the Chief Election Commissioner and a senior justice of the Supreme Court of involvement in the irregularities. By rigging the votes, they allegedly ensured the defeat of numerous independent candidates who were leading by 70,000 to 80,000 votes.

Election Fallout: A Recap of February 8

In summary, the elections held on February 8 in Pakistan concluded without a clear winner. The political deadlock led to negotiations between PPP and PML-N, resulting in a definitive agreement between the two parties. The aftermath of these elections is a coalition government formed by PPP and PML-N.

 Shaping Pakistan’s Future Together

The formation of this coalition government marks a historic moment for Pakistan. PPP and PML-N, despite their differences, have come together for the greater good of the nation. This unexpected alliance promises a collaborative effort to address the challenges facing Pakistan, bringing stability and progress.