CIVIL SOCIETY PAKISTAN

February 20, 2008

Filed under: POST-ELECTIONS 2008 — civilsocietypakistan @ 5:11 am
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  Feb 18: PML-N supporters come out on the streets to celebrate the success of their candidates from both National Assembly seats from Rawalpindi on Monday. — Photo by Tanveer Shahzad

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QUETTA – Feb 18: Women stand in a queue outside a polling station.—PPI

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SUKKUR – Feb 18: Women waiting for their turn at a polling booth.—PPI
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LAHORE – Feb 18: Presiding officers sorting out ballots as a group of EU Election Observers wait for the vote count to begin.—APP

LAHORE – Feb 18: PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif flashes the victory sign before casting his vote.—Reuters

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NAWABSHAH – Feb 18: PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari casts his ballot.—AFP
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LARKANA – Feb 18: Fatima Bhutto, niece of slain leader Benazir Bhutto, with mother Ghinwa Bhutto casts her ballot.—Reuters
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KAGHAN – Feb 18: A queue of voters at a polling station in the snow-covered area of Kaghan.—Reuters
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LAHORE – Feb 18: A woman with her baby stands in a queue to exercise her right to franchise. — Dawn
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ISLAMABAD – Feb 18: PML-N supporters come out on the streets to celebrate the success of their candidates from both National Assembly seats from Rawalpindi on Monday. In the picture on the right, a PML-N supporter resorts to firing in the air in jubilation. — Photos by Tanveer Shahzad
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LAHORE – Feb 18: Girls celebrate victory of a PML-N candidate. — APP
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PESHAWAR – Feb 18: Tribesmen queue up in front of a polling station waiting for their turn in Landi Kotal on Monday. — Photo by Abdul Majeed Goraya
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PESHAWAR – Feb 18: Women queue up at a polling station in Mission High School, Raja Bazaar, to cast their votes in the general elections. The picture on the right shows male voters lined up at Sial Village, Chakri, on the outskirts of Rawalpindi. — Dawn

 

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