Tamanna Salikuddin on Pakistan’s Elections

February 12, 2024 00:08:59
Tamanna Salikuddin on Pakistan’s Elections
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Tamanna Salikuddin on Pakistan’s Elections

Feb 12 2024 | 00:08:59

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Show Notes

Surprisingly, candidates aligned with former Prime Minister Imran Khan won the most seats in Pakistan’s elections. But while voters “have shown their faith in democracy,” the lack of a strong mandate for any specific leader or institution “doesn’t necessarily bode well for [Pakistan’s] stability,” says USIP’s Tamanna Salikuddin.

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