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Take the current situation. Pakistan is in the grip of a tawdry political crisis. Imran Khan says the May general election was rigged. The government of Nawaz Sharif says its mandate to rule is legitimate. The ever-lurking army says it is neutral. Here we go again. Rewind to October A political earthquake rocked Lahore: The timing though of that historic rally was odd: What was the PTI up to?
But Awais zia wife sexual dysfunction PML-N was adamant and increasingly shrill in its complaints in the run-up to the May election: In the end, the PML-N did win an outright majority. The PTI scooped up large numbers of voters in Punjab, but a first-past-the-post parliamentary system meant it won few seats.