The next nine months will not be pretty for the PTI fiscally. Which could trigger Imran to do something reckless to
It is fairly obvious: the same methods used to shout down and drown out an opponent can be redirected and used to
Governance is already off-track because Imran has been gallivanting around making wild promises, ruling through optics.
Even in an age of pretence, Imran will only be able to hide so long that he wants to be PM more than he wants to fix
Imran is a populist with actual popular appeal.
There’s more good news for Imran. He’s got quite a good opening stretch to look forward to in the kind of stuff...
The Khanista just wants to feel better about himself and this land of ours.
It helps that the system is already geared towards the authoritarian-democrat. Parties are a top-down venture here.
Messier could delay Imran’s plans, but messier could also bring the whole damn thing crashing down on everyone’s heads.
Why is central Punjab so fiercely divided? Why are folk there unable to choose decisively between Imran and Nawaz?
Why bother with the knock to judicial reputation if NAB can be made to do the job?
Barring a dramatic late shift or widespread manipulation, the PPP will romp to electoral victory in Sindh.
Win but hand the keys of PM House to someone else? No thank you, Nawaz had all but announced. And that was before
The anti-PPP alliance in Sindh has either been carefully cultivated to limit the PPP’s dominance or 10 years ...
If you, a voter, haven’t voted for the PTI before, why would you vote for the PTI in 2018?
Nawaz off doing his own, damaging things; Shahbaz flailing around; the N-League seemingly rudderless — it was set up
The crisis is real and it’s multifaceted, and the closer we get to the election, the worse it may get.
There’s a shuddering dysfunction at the heart of everything political at the moment.
It’s obvious that Nawaz is off fighting a different fight and that makes it possible for the Shahbaz side of the party
So, a three-digit code for the three big parties, PML-N, PPP and PTI, and the fourth option, a rabble of independents...