The Novel Changes in Pakistan’s Party Politics: Analysis of Causes and Impacts

  title={The Novel Changes in Pakistan’s Party Politics: Analysis of Causes and Impacts},
  author={Xiangning Wu and Salman Ali},
  journal={Chinese Political Science Review},
  pages={1 - 21}
Transformation in a political system regarding number of parties is a significant phenomenon which creates ample grounds for scholarly discourse. The Pakistani political system witnessed a change in the party politics where it transformed from a two-party system to a three-party system in a relatively short time period. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf emerged on the political scene and after just two elections was able to form a government. Challenging the status quo political forces through… 

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