Democracy always creates a lot of tumult. Silence is the characteristic of a graveyard. A vibrant society is always full of noise. In a developing country like Pakistan, this noise is usually coming from traditional class of politicians.
Inability to achieve electoral success is often cited as the biggest failure of Pakistani Islamist political parties.
A look at Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari's journal.
It is no coincidence that at the time of both first and second “Afghan Miracle”, Pakistan had a military regime in place.
Excerpts from the fictional diary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Shah Mehmood Qureshi
Perhaps, it is true that Pakistani population is fed up with country’s political system or democracy, the word we use to describe our political structures. The disenchantment is rampant.
Mere aziz hamwatno, this is the diary of General Raheel Sharif.
Hello dear diary, my name is Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain, but you can call me, Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain. What am I a doctor of? The soul, I heal the human spirit.
It is not uncommon to come across the argument in Pakistani society that, perhaps, the wheels of time can be turned back and caliphate style government could be enforced in Islamic societies.
Of all the terms in political science, borrowed from the West and in common usage within Pakistani society and media, ‘revolution’ is the most misused and misrepresented.