Frost over the World: Pakistan’s Election (videos)

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Asif Ali Zardari

In the first part of this Pakistan elections special, Sir David Frost talks to Asif Ali Zardari, the husband of the late Benazir Bhutto and the co-chair of the Pakistan People’s Party, who says Musharraf would not stand a chance in fair and transparent elections.

Added: February 16, 2008

Nawaz Sharif

In part two of this Pakistan election special, Sir David Frost talks to Nawaz Sharif, the former two-time Pakistani prime minister who leads the Pakistan Muslim League. Sharif says Monday’s polls are likely to be rigged as Musharraf lacks grass-roots support.

Shaukat Aziz

In part three of this Pakistan election special, Sir David Frost talks to Shaukat Aziz, a former Pakistani prime minister, who says Pervez Musharraf is the right person to bring together the country’s different political forces.

Imran Khan

In part four of this Pakistan election special, Sir David Frost talks to Imran Khan, the founder of the Movement for Justice party, who warns that a Musharraf election victory could lead to unrest even more severe than that following elections in Kenya.

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