The Urgent Battle Against Terrorism and the Quest for Internal Security

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN)’s President, Shahbaz Sharif, took oath as Pakistan’s 24th prime minister on March 4 amid several political, economic and security challenges.31 Shahbaz is heading a weak coalition government, which will undermine his ability to govern, legislate, and formulate policies effectively.32 The political infighting that started with the former prime minister and the founder Of the Pakistan Tehreek e-lnsaaf (PTI) Imran Khan’s ouster in a parhamentary vote Of no-confidence in April 2022 has continued even after the February 8 elections due to allegations Of fraud.Read More….

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