Posted on March 1, 2008
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60 responses to “Pakistan Elections 2008: Who Will Be Pakistan’s New Prime Minister?”

  1. abbas khan says:

    hey buddies, whoever is our prime minister and whoever is our president of our country, we should respect them and one important thing to say is that we should not criticize their way of politics, what we should do is to think that what are actually WE contributing to our country? moreover, what are WE doing for the development or the reinstatement of our country?
    we Pakistanis always criticize our politicians, but we have never thought about our responsibilities and our duties,
    so, be honest and faithful to your duties and respect your politicians,
    Engr. abbas khan
    +92 345 9424239

  2. kashif says:

    is it not tragic that only “makdooms” and jaagirdaars are allowed to rule pakistan always,never a patriotic and working class pakistani was made prime misniter ever in pak history.

  3. kashif says:

    ppp,s has announced yusuf reza gilani as new prime minsiter of pakistan,,,some key facst regarding him are given below

    Makhdoom Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani belongs to an influential and spiritual Shia family of Multan, born on June 9, 1952 in Karachi, Pakistan. His father was a descendant of Syed Musa Pak, a leading spiritual figure of Multan who had hailed from the Iranian province of Gilan. One of Gillani’s aunts (sister of his mother) is the wife of Pir Pagara. Makhdoom Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani is married and has four sons. The eldest son of Yousaf Raza Gillani, Makhdoom Syed Abdul Qadir Gillani, will marry the grand-daughter of Pir Pagara on March 24, 2008 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.

  4. Qudsia says:

    I believe in democracy and I want Musharraf to go and military rule to end. But frankly, it is as much a joke of democracy when you have a general ruling as when you have a college kid who is elected by no one deciding the fate of the nation. It is disgusting that Zardari is now playing this royalty card by having Bilalwal come to supposedly “decide” who the prime minister will be. Why don’t the elected PPP MNAs do it?

    I am really sad that our politicians are going to again squander away this chance at democracy.

  5. zia m says:

    Looks like Yousaf Gilani has gained momentum.