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kishwar Naheed


Numerous faultlines and complexity that have forever altered Pakistan's history influenced its political destiny. These faultlines, which have their origins in racial and geographic differences fueled conflicts over the allocation of resources, representation, and autonomy. Power confrontations between civilian administration and the powerful military institution have been sparked by the ebb and flow of civil-military relations, which have been defined by military interventions and coups. The threat of terrorism and religious fanaticism coexist, necessitating a careful balance between security precautions and addressing the root causes. Pakistan has endured serious crises amid these faultlines, including democratic transitions that were overshadowed by military operations. A cycle of credibility issues for political leaders and institutions has been maintained by issues with corruption and poor governance.Another layer of difficulty is added by the province of Balochistan and its uprising for independence and the respect of linguistic rights. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf focuses on social justice and anti-corruption measures, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, is well-known in Punjab, and the Pakistan Peoples Party, which supports the weak and marginalised, are important groups that shape the political landscape. These parties express the need for representative government amid the intricate interaction of faultlines. The path to democracy in Pakistan is robust in the face of obstacles. Despite the hiccups, electoral power shifts reflect the public's desire for democratic representation. Persistent economic issues poverty, inflation, and shoddy infrastructure need for all-encompassing remedies. This article provides a view into Pakistan's complex political environment, which is marked by rifts and changing dynamics.

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Naheed, kishwar. (2024). MAJOR POLITICAL FAULTINESS AND POLITICAL LANDSCAPE OF PAKISTAN. International Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 3(1), 245–266. Retrieved from