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Figure 42: Pakistan’s Survival Depend on?

Interestingly, fewer opted for strengthening of Parliament or devolution of democracy. The general opinion pattern showed similar trends on politics as in the earlier cited studies. Not surprisingly, majority considers politicians as corrupt. Figure 43: Are political parties inherently corrupt?

Although a larger number did not agree with the proposition that a military government was more capable of solving the country’s problems, quite a visible

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Red Hot Chilli Peppers Islam – Is the Youth in Elite Universities in Pakistan Radical?  

This is a study, by Ayesha Siddiqa, of the socio-political attitudes amongst youth in elite universities in the three major cities in Pakist...

Red Hot Chilli Peppers Islam – Is the Youth in Elite Universities in Pakistan Radical?  

This is a study, by Ayesha Siddiqa, of the socio-political attitudes amongst youth in elite universities in the three major cities in Pakist...

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