Pakistani Parliament Picks Moderate Prime Minister Pakistan's parliament chooses a new prime minister, the first since Gen. Pervez Musharraf seized power in an October 1999 coup. Zafarullah Khan Jamali is considered to be a moderate, and has the support of the military. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.

Pakistani Parliament Picks Moderate Prime Minister

Pakistani Parliament Picks Moderate Prime Minister

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Pakistan's parliament chooses a new prime minister, the first since Gen. Pervez Musharraf seized power in an October 1999 coup. Zafarullah Khan Jamali is considered to be a moderate, and has the support of the military. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.