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Elections 2008, the next Prime Minister

20 February, 2008

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The general elections have given clear lead to Pakistan Peoples Party in National Assembly while another opposition party Pakistan Muslim League-N has also attained obvious gains in the polls.

President Pakistan Muslim League-Q Chaudhry Hussain and 22 former federal ministers have faced striking defeats in the elections.

PML-Q is facing worst crisis of its political history and poised to be losing ground. PML-Q leaders have asked their leadership to keep away from the Presidency. The party leaders also blamed top party leadership for strategizing poorly for the elections.

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