ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, a political star from cricket star, hopes to become Prime Minister 20 years after resigning in the election, because the country was accused of being against the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s party.
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65-year-old Khan has overcome Nawaz’s punishment on corruption allegations in this month, resulting in proof of democracy in the country of 208 million nuclear armed Muslim majority.
Nawaz Sharif’s supporters, whose party is now led by his younger brother, Shahbaz has said that his lack was politically motivated, representing a blow in “the sovereignty of the vote” His Muslim League-Nawaz Nawaz (PML-N) is the last election for the majority
According to selection, Pakistan’s economy is in crisis, it has increased by 20 percent and it is possible to eradicate international financial funds from 2013 due to lack of foreign exchange reserves.
There is a big contest of recent election across the country, Khan’s party is heading more than 30 percent, compared to 27 percent of the Muslim League-N. Another survey has increased by 26 percent in comparison to 25 percent for the holding of PTI Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI).
Third position, Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, 29, who was again the son of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, was killed in 2007. As a member of the PPP-led coalition, emerging if a party does not win more than the majority.
However, Khan has demanded the rule of established parties.
Khan led Pakistan to succeed in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. Khan said that if we have to unite with both the main parties, it means that we can not bring about any major reforms.
“So, I am surprised that even if you want to establish a alliance with one of these two parties, the government is also able to formulate it.”
PPP leaders have yet decided “obstacles in the survey” as well as the PPP’s vice president, including those involved in limited campaign, lost media coverage and candidates to alleviate Khan For fear
Requirement campaign is likely to be complicated by any coalition negotiations after the vote, if necessary.
“I think you can be completely eliminated by the ability to make a government in favor of elections,” Received Yousuf, an analyst, a Pakistani Institute of Tanks, a Pakistani Institute.
In order to get the majority, the party needs 137 out of 272 selected National Assembly seats. More than 70 seats for women and minorities are based on percentage of votes.
In 2013, the Muslim League won 126 seats, while Khan’s team came with 28 seats for the third time. After the results, 27 winning candidates had joined the Sharif party to give a majority.
Khan has succeeded in the close Pakistan Muslim League-N area, Pakistan’s most populous province has 141 election seats for the victory path, successfully named as “electroblal” . A quarter of Punjab seats
Two new right-right parties can also be cut in the Muslim League-N Orthodox Voter base.
However, Nawaz Sharif on July 13 put our sympathy after Mary, along with her daughter Mary, after leaving her cancerous wife in London’s hospital. They deny the mistake.
Nawaz Sharif released an audio recording from jail on Monday, and requested supporters to send government back to their party for the second party.
Nawaz Sharif said, “In this jail … I will respect to vote from all directions.”
Muslim League-N’s Center Mushahid Hussain Syed said that the party has sent down the promises to reduce power shortages and to improve the infrastructure.
Those who voted for Sharif can also be upset that the Prime Minister selected three times has never allowed any term to be completed.
Syed said that “this is a two-fold,” Syed appealed the voters to the Muslim League. “Democracy and Development.”
68, Nawaz Sharif was removed from presidential decree in 1993, in the military coup in 1999, and by the Supreme Court last year, which has ordered his corrupt trial.
According to the IPO Consulting Survey conducted on June 15 to June 2, the PPP has focused on another opinion poll in focusing on Punjab that Nawaz Sharif’s 51% Leadership is 30 percent.
The respondents have registered two major issues such as clean water and gas to cook more than 17%. Inflation and corruption were ranked in the last one, each.