The outcome of Pakistan’s recent election has left many foreign partners and rivals dissatisfied, according to foreign policy analysts, who see little cause for optimism regarding the eventual government that will emerge. Following an inconclusive vote last week, the country’s two largest political parties are currently in negotiations over the position of prime minister. Faced with the need to form a coalition in a parliament largely dominated by independents, the parties are navigating the challenges posed by the post-election scenario.


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