Nawaz Sharif has failed in his current tenure, as he did earlier in the 1990s.
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Their army should face the brunt, not the government.
For the first time in its history, a sitting prime minister will appear before an investigation team probing allegations of financial wrongdoing.
He has little support in the present situation, with the opposition parties aligning against him.
The army chief now controls all the cards and is the de facto head of state.
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Though the Pakistan PM has got a sixty-day reprieve from the country's Supreme Court, justice may soon catch up with him.
The killing of journalism student has exposed Islamabad's claims of protecting its minorities.
The death sentence has further deepened the chasm between the two countries.
He expects to thrive politically through India-baiting.
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