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The splitting of the days-old coalition in Pakistan makes it clear that democracy in Pakistan is a distant dream. The alliance between PPP & PML (N) will neither help d parties nor the ppl, as der respective ideologies are different. This political turmoil, extremist violence and the spiraling inflation - have shattered people's democratic dreams. Your views please whether democracy will be a dream or???

Asked by cyrus irani, 30 Aug '08 04:18 pm
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It was quite inevitable as Pakistan has a long history of such incident earlier too. One thing I would like to mention is that Democracy in Pakistan will not be a very comfortable situation for India as whoever may vouch for democracy in Pakistan will place a lot of blame on India for their condition to capture vote bank..... as Pakistanis love to blame India.
Answered by indrani chakraborty, 30 Aug '08 04:36 pm

 
  
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It is a dream. democracy cannot work in pakistan - you can see these guys just waiting like vultures. do they look like they have the welfare of the people are heart?
Answered by nargis bhambi, 31 Aug '08 01:18 am

 
  
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How's about democracy in India??? We're not that much better off, honestly.

Political turmoil- see Bihar floods
Extremist violence- we have it too...Godhra, Sabramati carnage, Mumbai etc.
Spiraling Inflation- what up Chidambram?

A FUNCTIONAL GOVERNMENT seems to be a dream in South Asia, and the only ppl to come out of that shortage were the Nepalis.
Answered by A Moin, 30 Aug '08 09:11 pm

 
  
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Unless the military aid to Pakistan is curtailed drastically, there is no hope of durable democratic setup there.
Answered by Ramsingh Sachan, 30 Aug '08 05:19 pm

 
  
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Pakistan has a long history of Such backstabbing Politics..At present times the country is lacking a True leader who could be strong enough to bring the democracy back on Track..Benazir Bhutto had the Potential to do something good for the democracy but sadly the terrorists didn't like her to take the reigns ... The Current leaders are not worthy enough to handle the situation properly ..Pakistan is surely in a state of troubled waters..!!
Answered by rocky robust, 30 Aug '08 04:23 pm

 
  
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