India And Pakistan Are Not Similar At All

It’s challenging to make sense of what is happening in Pakistani politics in about 1000 words, but let me give it a shot. Yet another elected government has failed to complete its term. Another election is being held under the army’s tutelage.

A “King’s” Party, the one that the army prefers, has pretty much been named. The leader most likely to win in a fair democratic election is being sent to jail with his daughter and heir apparent, and son-in-law.

Much of liberal Pakistan is protesting, writing editorials, exposing the army-Supreme Court collusion, and protesting furiously on social media. The country’s oldest, and the most respected newspaper, Dawn, founded by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is under pressure.

It is fighting back under its owner/CEO Hameed Haroon with courage comparable with Ramnath Goenka’s during the Emergency. Democracy is under pressure, and democratic forces are fighting back. Read More

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