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Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Return to Pakistan


Intention to return  Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan after completing her studies only to find herself placed under house arrest in the wake of her father's imprisonment and subsequent execution. Having been allowed to return to the United Kingdom in 1984, she became a leader in exile of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). For the first time in the history of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to head a major political party though she was unable to make her political presence felt in Pakistan until after the death of General Zia-ul-Haq. She had succeeded her mother as leader of the PPP and the pro-democracy opposition to the General Zia-ul-Haq regime. Benazir Bhutto intented to return to Pakistan in 2007, which she did, in spite of Musharraf's statements of May 2007 about not allowing her to return ahead of the country's general election, due late 2007 or early 2008. It was speculated that she may have ...
Musharraf government’s two-term limit on prime ministers In mid-2002, Pervez Musharraf implemented a two-term limit on Prime Ministers. Both Bhutto and Musharraf's other chief rival, Nawaz Sharif, had already served two terms as Prime Minister. In July 2007, some of Benazir's frozen funds were released. However, she continued to face significant charges of corruption. Giving an interview on August 8, 2007, to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, she said she wanted return to Pakistan for the 2008 elections, with Musharraf retaining the presidency with ...
2007 State of Emergency November 3, 2007 was the day when President Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergency. His reasons were actions by the Supreme Court of Pakistan and religious extremism in the nation. Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan, interrupting a visit to family in Dubai, greeted by supporters chanting slogans at the airport. After staying in her plane for several hours she was driven to her home in Lahore, accompanied by hundreds of supporters. While acknowledging that Pakistan faced ...
2008 elections On 24 November 2007, Benazir Bhutto filed her nomination papers for January's Parliamentary elections. Two days later, she filed papers in the Larkana constituency for two regular seats. When sworn in again on 30 November 2007, this time as a civilian president after relinquishing his post as military chief, Musharraf announced his plan to lift Pakistan's state of emergency rule on 16 December. Bhutto welcomed the announcement and launched a manifesto outlining her party's domestic issues. Bhutto ...


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