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The Constitution of Pakistan provides for a Federal Parliamentary System of government, with a President as the Head of State and an indirectly-elected Prime Minister as the chief executive. The President of Pakistan is the Head of State and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, and is elected for a five-year term by the Electoral College of Pakistan - comprising the Senate, the National Assembly, and the four Provincial Assemblies. The President’s appointment and term are constitutionally independent of the Prime Minister’s term. The current President of Pakistan is Asif Ali Zardari, who came to power after the decline and fall of Pervez Musharraf.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, currently Nawaz Sharif, is usually the leader of the largest party in the National Assembly and is assisted by a cabinet of ministers drawn from both chambers of the federal legislature.

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Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif (Urdu, Western Punjabi: نواز شریف, pronounced [nəˈʋaːz ʃəˈriːf]; born 25 December 1949)[1] is a Pakistani politician and industrialist who is serving as the current Prime Minister of Pakistan for the third term, previously having been Pakistan's 12th and 14th Prime Minister for two non-consecutive terms from November 1990 to July 1993 and from February 1997 to October 1999 respectively. Sharif is the president of Pakistan Muslim League (N), which is currently Pakistan's largest political party, and has formed the government. As the owner of Ittefaq Group, a leading business conglomerate, he is also one of the country's wealthiest men.[2] He is commonly known as the "Lion of the Punjab"[3][4][5] or "Tiger of Pakistan."[6]

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  • Benazir Bhutto was the youngest woman ever to be elected the Head of Government and the first woman to be elected as the Head of Government of a Muslim country.
  • Pakistan is a federation of four provinces, a capital territory and federally administered tribal areas.

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Today is May 30, 2015
Pakistan's religious affairs minister escaped with a minor injury in an attack.(CNN)
Militants suffer heavy casualties as fighting rages between security forces and militants.(CNN)
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan confirms that their former leader Baitullah Mehsud died from injuries sustained during a U.S. drone attack on August 5.
Taliban official Hakeemullah Mehsud is selected as the new head of the Pakistani Taliban, a local Taliban commander in Pakistan's federally administered tribal areas confirms. (CNN)
A missile fired from a U.S. unmanned plane destroyed a suspected militant hide-out in northwest Pakistan on Friday, killing at least 12 people in a stronghold of a jihadi leader blamed for attacks in Afghanistan. (Associated Press)
A bomb explodes on a truck at a fuel station in Charsadda, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan (20 km from Peshawar), killing seven people. (BBC News)
Pakistan begins its first international freight train service from Islamabad to Istanbul. (BBC)


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  1. ^ "Nawaz Sharif". Encyclopædia Britannica on-line. 1 June 2003. Retrieved 5 September 2012. 
  2. ^ Story of Pakistan. "Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif [Born 1949]". Story of Pakistan Directorate. Story of Pakistan (Part I). Retrieved 7 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "Once exiled, Nawaz Sharif makes triumphant return to Pak politics". The Hindustan Times. 12 May 2013. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  4. ^ "Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif, Lion of Punjab, looks set to form government". GlobalPost. Agence France-Presse (AFP). Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  5. ^ Crilly, Rob (11 May 2013). "Pakistan elections: Nawaz Sharif eyes return to power". The Daily Telegraph. Islamabad. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  6. ^ Ghosh, Palash (16 May 2013). "Nawaz Sharif, The lion (or Tiger? ) of Pakistan". International Business Times (IBTimes). Retrieved 24 May 2013.