Benaẓīr Ḥukūmat: Pahlā Daur : Kyā Khoyā, Kyā Pāyā?

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Oxford University Press, Sep 15, 2001 - Pakistan - 338 pages
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Benazir Bhutto has been the main protagonist on Pakistan's political stage ever since the execution of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, her father. Twice elected prime minister, her advent marked Pakistan's transition to democracy, but her performance has been controversial.This book tries to st rike a balance between the unrelenting criticism of her political adversaries, the adulation of her followers, and the diasppointed hopes of her well-wishers.

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Iqbal Akhund is a retired Pakistani diplomat.

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