Elections in Pakistan


On July 25, the prime minister and parliament were elected in Pakistan, and national elections to the National Assembly and provincial assemblies were held. A total of 849 mandates were distributed, for which more than 12,000 candidates fought. About 105 million citizens took part in the voting. These were the second open general elections in the history of Pakistan after the military weakened its influence over political processes.

Dark Clouds of Islamism Over Pakistan


Islam, in Pakistan, has transformed from a multidimensional universal religion into an ossified and stilted cult of Islamism. How this happened has a historical context, beginning in 1947 when Pakistan emerged as a new state.