Las recientes elecciones pakistaníes dieron lugar a una coalición entre la PML-N y el PPP, ensombrecida por los retos económicos y el protagonismo de las personalidades. Sin embargo, persiste la pregunta general: ¿pueden estos partidos ofrecer una alternativa sustancial a la población?
The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) have agreed to form the new government. However, several parties, including Imran Khan’s PTI, have refused to accept the results and have alleged widespread rigging
Pakistan’s recent elections led to a PML-N and PPP coalition, overshadowed by economic challenges and a focus on personalities. However, the overarching question persists: can these parties provide a substantial alternative for the people?
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party, the PTI, has been staging protests alleging rigging and other irregularities in Pakistan’s election. Meanwhile, discussions are on among parties to form a new government
The Pakistan Tehreek e-Insaf had alleged persecution by the army and the ruling elite in the run up to the elections, with Khan jailed and barred from contesting and the party denied its electoral symbol
The ongoing crisis in Pakistan cannot be resolved simply by swapping one political party for another. Whether it is the arrest and conviction of Imran Khan or economic issues, Pakistan has a long road to recovery.
Despite legal troubles, former Prime Minister Imran Khan remains the most popular figure in Pakistan. Meanwhile, economic problems such as price hike and poverty emerge as the most important issues in the current election season
Wednesday’s sentencing is the third for the former prime minister of Pakistan who has alleged that he is being persecuted by the army and political class in response to pressure from the US
Imran Khan has been sentenced by a special court for allegedly disclosing a diplomatic cable. The former PM has maintained that the document contains proof of a conspiracy involving the military and the US that led to his ouster from office in 2022
The Supreme Court decision to permit military trials of civilians reversed its own decision from October. The ruling comes in the context of military trials against opposition leaders and members for the May protests after the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan
A high court in Pakistan suspended Imran Khan’s three-year prison sentence in the Toshakhana corruption case on Tuesday. However, the former PM remains in custody ahead of his appearance before a special court in a different case involving the alleged leak of a classified diplomatic cable
Wazir is the co-founder of the PTM which demands end of state-sponsored human rights violations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He has been arrested on several other occasions in past