Delicate Coalitions and Deep Divisions

In the complex tapestry Of Pakistan’s political landscape, the quest for political stability remains an elusive pursuit. The aftermath of the Feb. 8 general elections has not brought the clarity or unity many had hoped for. Instead, it has ushered in an era marked by heightened polarisation within an already divided political environment.l The elections, far from resolving the country’s political uncertainties, have further complicated the structure Of power. With no single party enjoying a comfortable majority in parliament, the current government finds itself in a precarious position, heavily reliant on the support Of Other parties to maintain its tenuous hold on office. Read More….

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