Tag Archives: Hamid Gul

Election 2002 , Return to Pakistan

Election 2002 The Bhutto-led PPP secured the highest number of votes (28.4%) and won 80 seats (23%) in the national assembly during the October 2002 general elections. The  PML-N managed to win only 18 seats. Some of the elected candidates of PPP … Continue reading

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Relations with Military

12. Relations with Military During her first term, Benazir Bhutto had strained relationship with the Pakistan Armed Forces, especially with Pakistan Army. Army chief Mirza Aslam Beg had cold relations with the elected prime minister, and continued to undermine her … Continue reading

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First Term as Prime Minister, 1988–90

First Term as Prime Minister, 1988–90 Benazir Bhutto became the 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan on 2 December 1988. Bhutto formed a coalition government December 2 with the liberal Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) party. The effects of Zia’s domestic policies began to reveal themselves, and she found them difficult … Continue reading

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