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Shehbaz Sharif wins Pakistan's top job for second time

3/3/2024 17:14
        Shehbaz Sharif, returning as Pakistan's prime minister for a second time on Sunday when his brother declined a fourth term, has played a crucial role holding together a disparate coalition for 16 months after rival Imran Khan was ousted.
        
        Sharif won a parliamentary vote for premier, resuming the role he had held until August when parliament was dissolved ahead of last month's elections. Pakistan has had a caretaker government since then.
        
        He was named by his party and coalition allies to head the South Asian nation, despite his elder brother Nawaz Sharif winning a seat in the assembly and being favourite to be sworn in again.
        
        Nawaz Sharif did not want to run a minority coalition government, having had clear majorities in his three previous stints as prime minister, his daughter Maryam said in a post on X.
        



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