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  Bhutto's widower to run for presidency
  Bhutto widower is new president

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   Pakistan: Asif Ali Zardari, 53, had been the front-runner in the race to replace former President Musharraf
 The election was by lawmakers in the two houses of the National Assembly and in the four provincial assemblies. Zardari received 281 votes. Retired Chief Justice Siddiqui received 111 votes and Senator Mushahid Hussein received 34
   Pakistan: Asif Ali Zardari has agreed to run for the Pakistani presidency. An election by lawmakers to replace Musharraf will be held on Sept. 6

   Pakistan: On the day she died, Benazir planned to hand over to visiting U.S. lawmakers a report accusing Pakistan's intelligence services of a plot to rig elections

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.3 Bhutto and Sharif plan poll demands
   Pakistan: Pakistani opposition rivals have agreed to issue a set of demands they want met if they are to contest upcoming elections
Oct.19   Bhutto determined to contest poll
   Pakistan: Former Pakistani PM has promised she will never surrender to militants following twin bomb attacks on her convoy which killed 130 people

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.24   Bhutto prepares to go home
   Pakistan: The former Prime Minister is to return home to lead her party into the general election, defying the prospect of arrest

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