Pakistan’s Political Crisis May Be Reaching a Breaking Point

Pakistan’s Political Crisis May Be Reaching a Breaking Point
Supporters hold a poster of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan during a protest to condemn an assassination attempt on his life, in Karachi, Pakistan, Nov. 4, 2022 (AP photo by Fareed Khan).

Pakistan has become embroiled in a political stalemate, as Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s followers have resumed their march on Islamabad ahead of a change in military leadership that is set to be contentious. The question at the heart of the crisis is whether there’s any way out that doesn’t lead to unrest and violence.

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