Pakistan Elections : PML(N) and PPP predicted to form 'The Coalition Government' - Every Corner A Story

Pakistan Elections : PML(N) and PPP predicted to form 'The Coalition Government'

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Every country should conduct its own reforms, should develop its own model, taking into account the experience of other countries, whether close neighbors or far away countries. We must love our neighbors as we love ourselves. I believe "Leadership is any country is not about the next election, it's about the next generation". One of the reasons where people hate politics is Politician's Objective. 

Pakistan in 2018 was considered under-threat of Debt Crisis at the beginning of the year or we may say from past 30 years. As the matter of the fact, the threat of economic instability is much lower in today's Pakistan and is expected to reach much lower in near future. The forecast of slump in US-Pak relations after Donald Trump's tweets, it rises to the non-ending theoretical debate around Pakistan's weak economy, CPEC and the relations with neighboring countries including India and Afghanistan. 

Pakistan People Party (PPP) is facing some serious problems as their elected candidates have joined Imran Khan's PTI of which their support base is relatively unhinged. This is not the only problem for PPP but also the formation of GDA in Sindh would cause the lost vote share and lost seats in the interior Sindh. 

Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) is one of the great rising parties of Pakistan lead by Former Pakistan Cricket Team's Captain and World Cup Winner Imran Khan. The strong performance of PTI has the ensured that they will be the first party to win the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for two times in a row.

Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PML-N) has suffered massive losses largely due to the massive corruption scams and scandals opening up, rising to the disqualification of their Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who has been disqualified to contest the election as per the lifetime ban imposed by Supreme Court of Pakistan. As mentioned earlier, the reason for which people may hate politics is their leader or politician's objective.
This doesn't seem to affect their vote share in the upcoming elections as some of the leaders resigned from PML-N and joined PTI, but the voters seem to be unhappy with these leaders and politicians, creating a headache and the fear of loss for PTI in these regions.


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