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  • What do you think about the upcoming PM of Pakistan.

    Who will win the upcoming elections either its PPP, or PTI? Also tell reason according to your point of view.

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    • #3
      There are really only 2 options
      1) PML-N wins
      2) A coalition of PTI,PPP,smaller parties and independents win

      Depends how 'engineered' the elections are.
      Last edited by krash; Jun 13th, 2018, 11:10 AM.

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      • #4
        From what it looks now IK appears to be the next PM. However if the seats get evenly distributed between top three parties then there is a chance he may give away PM seat just to make sure the party/coalition gets the power and at the same time keeping PML(N) away from it.
        An example of it has already been set in Senate elections
        We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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        • #5
          aesa hoga mera leader... sadiq amin

          aman ho ya jang
          loton kay sang

          video par click kar kay deakhian...



          Originally posted by SID_NY View Post
          From what it looks now IK appears to be the next PM. However if the seats get evenly distributed between top three parties then there is a chance he may give away PM seat just to make sure the party/coalition gets the power and at the same time keeping PML(N) away from it.
          An example of it has already been set in Senate elections

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          • #6
            ^ I think we micro-analyze IK too much which is unfair. There are lotas in every single party. He has too. Ofcourse everyone is trying to ride the skybound plane. Let him be the PM and atlest we'll know how much he can do as compared to others. He'll most likely do better
            We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SID_NY View Post
              ^ I think we micro-analyze IK too much which is unfair. There are lotas in every single party. He has too. Ofcourse everyone is trying to ride the skybound plane. Let him be the PM and atlest we'll know how much he can do as compared to others. He'll most likely do better
              https://jang.com.pk/news/506343?5b2061bb60900

              Some people know him better

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              • #8
                Imran Khan is not my first choice either and god knows that I have criticized him on this very forum for his pro-Taliban stance and the whole naive WoT stance, but what do you propose?

                Should we keep on rotating the musical chair between PPP-Z and noon league? Isn't this insanity?


                Sindh definitely isn't doing better under PPP as even Karachi is a mess. Balochistan still has a lukewarm insurgency so it is really between KP and Punjab. Punjab has the added benefit of the ruling party pumping money (CPEC + govt) in orange lines and CPEC route which apparently is now going through Lahore. KP is doing alright judging by Pakistani standards.
                Say no to 'islamofascism'..

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                • #9
                  Shah mehmood qureshi Not IK , or may be khaqan abbasi will join PTI to be new PM

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                  • SID_NY
                    SID_NY commented
                    Editing a comment
                    Ch. Sarwar announced his qureshi's name for CM Punjab.

                • #10
                  boot wali sarkar kay ashirbad say Niazi Pm ban jaye ga...

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by SID_NY View Post
                    ^ I think we micro-analyze IK too much which is unfair. There are lotas in every single party. He has too. Ofcourse everyone is trying to ride the skybound plane. Let him be the PM and atlest we'll know how much he can do as compared to others. He'll most likely do better
                    We have already seem what Pti can do in govt - in KP - a federal govt of corrupt lotas will not be any better

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by Doppleganger View Post
                      Imran Khan is not my first choice either and god knows that I have criticized him on this very forum for his pro-Taliban stance and the whole naive WoT stance, but what do you propose?

                      Should we keep on rotating the musical chair between PPP-Z and noon league? Isn't this insanity?


                      Sindh definitely isn't doing better under PPP as even Karachi is a mess. Balochistan still has a lukewarm insurgency so it is really between KP and Punjab. Punjab has the added benefit of the ruling party pumping money (CPEC + govt) in orange lines and CPEC route which apparently is now going through Lahore. KP is doing alright judging by Pakistani standards.
                      None of the current parties will do any special. Just a few big name projects - but the course of the country will remain the same.

                      It will take another 10-20 years of unbroken democracy for real people of progress to be elected - but only if stop Army killing and breaking politcians and media groups

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by TheRealDeal View Post

                        None of the current parties will do any special. Just a few big name projects - but the course of the country will remain the same.

                        It will take another 10-20 years of unbroken democracy for real people of progress to be elected - but only if stop Army killing and breaking politcians and media groups
                        Very true and accurate assessment!
                        We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking

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