Talk:Pakistan Muslim League (N)

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Official website mentioned is inactive.


What's the "N" stand for? Why is it important? —Micahbrwn (talk) 06:54, 23 February 2008 (UTC)

It stands for the leader of the party, whose name starts with N.i. e Nawaz Sharif. --SMS Talk 13:39, 24 February 2008 (UTC)


Why does it state that the PML-F is "the only other known political party besides these two with the PML name"? The link to the Muslim League's general wikipedia entry, no denoting letter, states a couple of others, including the PML-J, among others. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Homoaffectional (talkcontribs) 17:55, 9 March 2008 (UTC)

June, 2008 elections[edit]

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) on June 27, 2008, won 3 and 2 five by-election seats, respectively, to the national parliament. Polls were postponed for the 6th seat in Lahore due to Nawaz Sharif's eligibility contest. A court ruled he was ineligible due to the old conviction, amid the government appeal in the Supreme Court, which will hear the case on June 30, thus postponing the vote in the, Ruling parties win Pakistan polls The 2 parties also won 19 of 23 provincial assembly seats where by-elections were held. The results will not affect the February 18 general election results in which Benazir Bhutto's PPP won 123 seats in the 342-seat National Assembly and Sharif's party came second with 91, while Pervez Musharraf's party came a poor third with 54 seats. Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) won 8 provincial assembly seats, while the PPP won 7 provincial, Sharif's party does well in Pakistani by-electionsxinhuanet, Pakistan ruling coalition sweeps by-elections--Florentino floro (talk) 09:15, 27 June 2008 (UTC)


I remove their affliation with the IDU as none is supported by the IDU website Nil Einne (talk) 06:31, 29 June 2008 (UTC)


Islamic Conservatism[edit]

Link is original research, from a partisan source. reliable sources must be cited. These sources should be directly related to the topic of the article. They should also directly support the information as it is presented. The mentioned link to the claim links back to an opinion piece... analysis and opinion pieces, whether written by the editors of the publication (editorials) or outside authors (op-eds) are reliable primary sources for statements attributed to that editor or author, but are rarely reliable for statements of fact. See: Identifying reliable sources. "No original research" is core content policy of wiki. SuperKaran (talk) 20:30, 21 May 2013 (UTC)

How it is OR? Any source for your point? Faizan 07:26, 22 May 2013 (UTC)

I am new to wiki maybe you can help me, but to my understanding, opinion pieces are generally not accepted on Wikipedia. It linked back to a blog piece. I also checked PMLN's manifesto and they do not describe themselves as "Islamic" if anything PMLN's manifesto is secular, has anyone actually read it? or do they just assume since the party calls itself "Muslim" therefore it is "Islamic"? there is a huge difference. SuperKaran (talk) 19:54, 18 August 2013 (UTC)