vicissuted of pakistani politics

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Vicissitudes of Pakistani Politics: " Bhutto Period and Assasination of Benazir Butto

I Introduction

II Early life and education of Benazir Bhutto

III Political Life

III.I Personality Development of Bhutto

III.II Political Struggle of Bhutto

III.II Prime Minister-Period of Bhutto

IV Assassination of Benazir Bhutto

IV.I Responsibilities

IV.I Accusations

V Effects of Assassination

V.I Riots

V.II Situation of Pakistan People's Party

VI Conclusion


Benazir Bhutto was the first woman that governed a modern Islamic nation. She was one of the most influential leaders of South Asia. (Political Career, tarih yok) She was young and glamorous; she successfully portrayed herself as a refreshing contrast to the overwhelmingly male-dominated political establishment. (Obituary: Benazir Bhutto, 2007)

Firstly, I will begin with her early life and then I will mention her education. Secondly, I will analyze her political career, her struggle for her father, and how she became the prime minister.

After that I will mention her assassination, and in the final part I will explain effects of assassination on Pakistani people.

She was born on June 21, 1953; who was educated in Pakistan, USA and England; and was twice elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan, in 1988 and 1993; and whose assassination in rally affected the country for months; was the first lady to rule any muslim country in this world.

II Early life and Education of Benazir Bhutto

She was born on June 21, 1953, in Karachi, Pakistan, the eldest child of former premier Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. (Benazir Bhutto, 2013)She married Asif Ali Zardari on 18 December 1987. The marriage improved Bhutto's political position because older unmarried women are disapproved in Pakistan. (WEISMAN, 1987)

''Benazir went to school in Karachi through high school, then attended Radcliffe College (now part of Harvard University) in the United States,