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Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani. – File Photo

KUWAIT: Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani addressing a large gathering of Pakistanis on the second day of his visit to Kuwait said that Egypt and Pakistan should not be compared.

Gilani informed that elections in the country will be held in two years.

He also said there was no pressure regarding Raymond Davis case, adding that “if there was pressure Davis would not be in Pakistan.”

Gilani dismissed likelihood of developments in Pakistan on the pattern of revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt and said no one could claim to be more revolutionary than the PPP. – Agencies

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