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  • Posted August 20, 2014 by
    Islamabad, Pakistan
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    Protests around the world

    Long March Pakistan


    Thousand have gathered in protests against the Government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in capital city including Parliament in Islamabad city for reforms in parliamentary elections, also demanding the resignation of Prime Minister. The protests started almost one year after the general elections 2013 where the second biggest party Tahreek e Insaaf'' blames the current government for being involved in rigging in general elections. The situation still seems intense in the capital city where different opposition parties have urged both the stakeholders to solve the situation peacefully so the democratic system is not derailed as previously in the past history of the country.

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