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              In this Tuesday, May 7, 2013, photo, a Pakistani man walks by a car decorated with posters showing members of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), and backdropped by a banner showing cand

    In this Tuesday, May 7, 2013, photo, a Pakistani man walks by a car decorated with posters showing members of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), and backdropped by a banner showing cand

    Posted: 5/8/2013 2:53:26 PM EST
    In this Tuesday, May 7, 2013, photo, a Pakistani man walks by a car decorated with posters showing members of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), and backdropped by a banner showing candidates from the PPP for the upcoming parliamentary elections, in a neighborhood in Islamabad, Pakistan. The campaign posters, fliers and commercials for the Pakistan People's Party are both advertisements for why the party has been so popular and indicate the challenges it faces in the May 11 election: two of the people on the posters are dead and another is not old enough to run in the election. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)
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              Pakistani women, chat as they walk past a car with posters showing members of Pakistan People's Party, PPP, and back dropped by a banner showing candidates from the PPP for the upcoming

    Pakistani women, chat as they walk past a car with posters showing members of Pakistan People's Party, PPP, and back dropped by a banner showing candidates from the PPP for the upcoming

    Posted: 5/8/2013 3:23:42 AM EST
    Pakistani women, chat as they walk past a car with posters showing members of Pakistan People's Party, PPP, and back dropped by a banner showing candidates from the PPP for the upcoming parliamentary elections, in a neighborhood in Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Pakistan is scheduled to hold parliamentary elections on May 11, the first transition between democratically elected governments in a country that has experienced three military coups and constant political instability since its creation in 1947. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)
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              FILE - In this Sunday, April 8, 2012 file photo, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, right, waves while arriving at the Palam Airfield with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, left, in New

    FILE - In this Sunday, April 8, 2012 file photo, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, right, waves while arriving at the Palam Airfield with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, left, in New

    Posted: 3/16/2013 4:03:25 PM EST
    FILE - In this Sunday, April 8, 2012 file photo, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, right, waves while arriving at the Palam Airfield with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, left, in New Delhi, India. Zardari, the elder, will not be participating in the upcoming election, but as co-head of the Pakistan People’s Party, which led the last government, he will be a key figure. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the only son of the president and his late wife, is set to carry the torch for the Bhutto family political dynasty in Pakistan. Though he is too young to participate in the upcoming election himself, he will likely pay a key role as co-head of the PPP with his father. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das, File)
  •  - Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Posted: 1/16/2013 2:22:06 PM EST
    Supporters of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) hold party flags as they burn tyres during a protest against the Supreme Court decision to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in Lahore January 16, 2013. Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the prime minister on Tuesday on corruption allegations, ratcheting up pressure on a government that is also facing street protests led by a cleric who has a history of ties to the army. The combination of the arrest order and the mass protest in the capital, Islamabad, led by Muslim cleric Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, raised fears among politicians that the military was working with the judiciary to force out a civilian leader. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Posted: 1/16/2013 2:22:06 PM EST
    Supporters of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) hold party flags as they burn tyres during a protest against the Supreme Court decision to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in Lahore January 16, 2013. Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the prime minister on Tuesday on corruption allegations, ratcheting up pressure on a government that is also facing street protests led by a cleric who has a history of ties to the army. The combination of the arrest order and the mass protest in the capital, Islamabad, led by Muslim cleric Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, raised fears among politicians that the military was working with the judiciary to force out a civilian leader. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Posted: 1/16/2013 9:40:54 AM EST
    Supporters of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) hold party flags as they burn tyres during a protest against the Supreme Court decision to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in Lahore January 16, 2013. Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the prime minister on Tuesday on corruption allegations, ratcheting up pressure on a government that is also facing street protests led by a cleric who has a history of ties to the army. The combination of the arrest order and the mass protest in the capital, Islamabad, led by Muslim cleric Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, raised fears among politicians that the military was working with the judiciary to force out a civilian leader. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Supporters of PPP hold party flags as burn tyres during protest against Supreme Court decision to arrest PM Ashraf in Lahore

    Posted: 1/16/2013 9:40:54 AM EST
    Supporters of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) hold party flags as they burn tyres during a protest against the Supreme Court decision to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in Lahore January 16, 2013. Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the prime minister on Tuesday on corruption allegations, ratcheting up pressure on a government that is also facing street protests led by a cleric who has a history of ties to the army. The combination of the arrest order and the mass protest in the capital, Islamabad, led by Muslim cleric Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, raised fears among politicians that the military was working with the judiciary to force out a civilian leader. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
  •  - Supporter of the ruling PPP holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi

    Supporter of the ruling PPP holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi

    Posted: 6/22/2012 6:30:04 AM EST
    A supporter of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi April 26, 2012. REUTERS/Athar Hussain
  •  - Supporters of PPP hold a stick and the image of their slain leader Bhutto next to a burning tyre during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Larkana

    Supporters of PPP hold a stick and the image of their slain leader Bhutto next to a burning tyre during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Larkana

    Posted: 4/26/2012 12:25:25 PM EST
    Supporters of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) hold a stick and the image of their slain leader Benazir Bhutto next to a burning tyre during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Larkana April 26, 2012. About 30 protesters marched on the street of Karachi to condemn the contempt of court verdict against Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. Pakistan's Supreme Court on Thursday found Gilani guilty of contempt of court for refusing to reopen corruption cases against the president, but gave him only a symbolic sentence of a few minutes' detention in the courtroom. REUTERS/Nadeem Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Supporter of the ruling PPP holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi

    Supporter of the ruling PPP holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi

    Posted: 4/26/2012 10:04:18 AM EST
    A supporter of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) holds an image of the Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as he shouts slogans during a protest against a Supreme Court verdict in Karachi April 26, 2012. About 50 protesters marched on the street of Karachi to condemn the contempt of court verdict against Gilani. Pakistan's Supreme Court on Thursday found Gilani guilty of contempt of court for refusing to reopen corruption cases against the president, but gave him only a symbolic sentence of a few minutes' detention in the courtroom. The words in Urdu read "The prime minister step forward we are with you." REUTERS/Athar Hussain(PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, defends father after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, defends father after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London

    Posted: 8/7/2010 7:57:02 AM EST
    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, defends his father after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London August 7, 2010. President Zardari's planned address of a PPP party rally in Birmingham on Saturday had raised expectations that his son would make his first major political speech there after graduating in June from Oxford University. But in an apparent attempt to appease anger at home over the floods which have killed at least 1,600 people, Bilawal Bhutto on Thursday cancelled plans to attend and said he would instead stay in London to collect donations for flood victims. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER)
  •  - Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, speaks to media after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, speaks to media after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London

    Posted: 8/7/2010 7:40:16 AM EST
    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari (C), son of Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, speaks to the media after opening a flood donation point at the Pakistan High Commission in London August 7, 2010. President Zardari's planned address of a PPP party rally in Birmingham on Saturday had raised expectations that his son would make his first major political speech there after graduating in June from Oxford University. But in an apparent attempt to appease anger at home over the floods which have killed at least 1,600 people, Bilawal Bhutto on Thursday cancelled plans to attend and said he would instead stay in London to collect donations for flood victims. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER)
  •  - Men donate blood under a image of former Pakistan PM Bhutto and her father father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, during a blood-drive at a PPP office

    Men donate blood under a image of former Pakistan PM Bhutto and her father father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, during a blood-drive at a PPP office

    Posted: 6/21/2009 2:50:20 PM EST
    Men donate blood under a image of former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and her father father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, during a blood-drive at a Pakistan People's Party (PPP) office to mark the 56th birthday anniversary of Benazir Bhutto June 21, 2009. The blood drive was being held for army soldiers battling Taliban forces in the Swat Valley region. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN POLITICS CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Thailand's acting Prime Minister Somchai looks towards camera while leading meeting with PPP members at their headquarters in Bangkok

    Thailand's acting Prime Minister Somchai looks towards camera while leading meeting with PPP members at their headquarters in Bangkok

    Posted: 9/15/2008 2:53:18 AM EST
    Thailand's acting Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat looks towards the camera while leading a meeting with People Power Party (PPP) members at their headquarters in Bangkok September 15, 2008. Thailand's ruling People Power Party (PPP) nominated Somchai, a brother-in-law of Thaksin Shinawatra, as its pick for prime minister on Monday, antagonising protesters who accuse the government of being a puppet of the ousted leader. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
  •  - PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari talk during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad

    PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari talk during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad

    Posted: 3/17/2008 9:40:24 AM EST
    Pakistan Muslim League (PMLN) leader Nawaz Sharif (L) and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Asif Ali Zardari talk during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad March 17, 2008. Pakistan's new National Assembly was sworn in on Monday, setting the scene for a showdown with President Pervez Musharraf a month after his opponents swept a general election. REUTERS/Zulfikar Balti (PAKISTAN)
  •  - PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari introduces Fahmida Mirza to PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad

    PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari introduces Fahmida Mirza to PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad

    Posted: 3/17/2008 6:39:12 AM EST
    Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Asif Ali Zardari (R) introduces his party's newly elected member of parliament Fahmida Mirza (L) to Pakistan Muslim League (PMLN) leader Nawaz Sharif (2nd R) during their joint meeting inside Parliament House in Islamabad March 17, 2008. Pakistan's new National Assembly was sworn in on Monday, setting the scene for a showdown with President Pervez Musharraf a month after his opponents swept a general election. REUTERS/Zulfikar Balti (PAKISTAN)
  •  - Supporters of PPP shout slogans during party's rally in Faisalabad

    Supporters of PPP shout slogans during party's rally in Faisalabad

    Posted: 2/14/2008 8:48:46 AM EST
    Supporters of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) shout slogans during party's rally with Asif Ali Zardari (not pictured), co-chairman of the PPP and widower of slain Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, in Faisalabad Februay 14, 2008. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (PAKISTAN)
  •  - Supporters of PPP carry a billboard with the picture of slain Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto after a rally in Faisalabad

    Supporters of PPP carry a billboard with the picture of slain Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto after a rally in Faisalabad

    Posted: 2/14/2008 8:36:18 AM EST
    Supporters of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) carry a billboard with the picture of slain Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto after party's rally in Faisalabad February 14, 2008. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (PAKISTAN)
  •  - PPP leader Sundaravej speaks during a news conference in Bangkok

    PPP leader Sundaravej speaks during a news conference in Bangkok

    Posted: 12/31/2007 4:35:24 AM EST
    People Power Party (PPP) leader Samak Sundaravej speaks during a news conference in Bangkok December 31,2007. PPP, which won 233 of 480 parliamentary seats in the December 23 election, said its tentative four-party coalition controlled about 254 seats in the lower House of Representatives. REUTERS/Stringer (THAILAND)
  •  - Activists of Bhutto's PPP hold placard during a demonstration in Islamabad

    Activists of Bhutto's PPP hold placard during a demonstration in Islamabad

    Posted: 3/21/2007 8:54:21 AM EST
    Activists of Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party (PPP) hold a placard as they shout anti-Musharraf slogans outside the Supreme Court building during a demonstration in Islamabad March 21, 2007 against the suspension of Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry. Several dozen Pakistani opposition activists were detained hours ahead of more protests over the government's move to sack the country's chief judge, police said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)


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