Pakistan’s caretaker government under interim Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar will oversee a general election after the dissolution of the lower house of parliament. Kakar and his cabinet will run the government until a national election is held and the winner can secure a parliamentary majority and select a new PM.
Anwarul Haq Kakar has been chosen as the interim prime minister of Pakistan, Outgoing Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly (NA) Raja Riaz said on Saturday
One can argue that BNP does not have the organisational wisdom or the cunning to wage a crippling street campaign
The absence of strong candidates running against ruling party contenders in the upcoming elections to the five city corporations raises concerns about the credibility and acceptability of the polls, said discussants at a programme yesterday.
It must be recognised that the election is not a one-day phenomenon – it is a process involving multiple interrelated steps
The problem in Bangladesh is that politicians consider compromise as a weakness and a sign of defeat
The BNP’s grassroots leaders have suggested the top leadership that the party should not take part in any polls under the incumbent government.
The main purpose of various ministers’ conflicting statements about whether BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia could engage in politics was to divert attention from BNP’s ongoing movement, the party’s Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said today.