Pakistan's President Sets New Date for Elections Pakistan's president says parliamentary elections should be held by Jan. 9, a date before the deadline set down in the now suspended constitution. He says that the state of emergency rule will create a stable environment for the vote.
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Pakistan's President Sets New Date for Elections

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Pakistan's President Sets New Date for Elections

Pakistan's President Sets New Date for Elections

Pakistan's President Sets New Date for Elections

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Pakistan's president says parliamentary elections should be held by Jan. 9, a date before the deadline set down in the now suspended constitution. He says that the state of emergency rule will create a stable environment for the vote.