After its legislative elections, Pakistan remains more divided than ever

Supporters of Imran Khan’s party (PTI) block the highway between Islamabad and Peshawar to protest against manipulation of the results on Sunday February 11.
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DECRYPTION – The party of former Prime Minister Imran Khan came first in the poll this Saturday. But he risks being excluded from the next government.

In New Delhi

Pakistan emerges from . The party of former Prime Minister Imran Khan (PTI) certainly comes out on top with 101 deputies in the National Assembly. . The other favorite, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, finished second with his movement, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which won 75 seats. He began negotiations with Bilawal Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), which won 54 seats, as well as with other small parties and independent MPs. The country seems to be heading towards a unity government, the contours of which remained unclear on Sunday evening.

. “We were leading in 150 constituencies before the results started to be manipulated”, he denounced in a speech produced using artificial intelligence. The most popular politician…

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